An outstanding teacher and writer, Dr. Alexander has taught creative writing at the college since 1996 and is the Founding Adviser of the BCC Creative Writers’ Guild as well as the editor of the student literary magazine, “Regio.” He holds a Doctorate in Holocaust Poetry from Indiana University in Pennsylvania and a Masters of Arts in Creative Writing from West Chester University. Dr. Alexander has been published in various literary magazines including Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Studies in the Humanities, and Daedalus. He has written and published many reviews on the holocaust including To Kill a People: Genocide in the 20th Century and the Terror of Days: American Poets respond to the Holocaust.
In addition to Dr. Alexander’s presentation, a poetry workshop chat will begin the evening at 7 pm and an open mic will conclude the event An award will be given to the best open mic presentation chosen by the audience. Light refreshments will be served. The MAC has been presenting poets and open Mics at the center for seven years inviting poets to come and listen as well as present their own original work. The event is FREE.Pin It