March 17, 2010 / Creative Writing
In this poem, Austin Alexis compares the recovery of a Haitian earthquake survivor to the beauty of a poem.
Austin Alexis has published in Barrow Street, the Journal, the Pedestal Magazine, Six Sentences, and other journals and has work forthcoming in Quill and Parchment, Lips, and an anthology about Frédéric Chopin. His second chapbook, For Lincoln and Other Poems is forthcoming from Poets Wear Prada. At Manhattan’s Judson Memorial Church Performance Space he recently performed a dance/theatre piece based on one of his poems.