There are damp patches on my sheets when I finish sewing them together and get down off my knees I am not…
Alexandra Ebert Gold is an eighteen-year old writer living in Manhattan and attending The New School in pursuit of a degree in Journalism & Design. Ebert Gold has studied poetry and flash fiction at Wellesley College, as well as poetry and its performance at the University of California Berkeley. Her professional literary studies originate in Paris, France, where she spent the summer studying creative writing and was given the creative writing student award by her professor at the close of the month. Her previous publications include her piece “Nod at Me”, a Bay Area Writing Awards finalist piece featured in digital magazine The Ellipsis and the three literary magazines she has contributed to and edited in the aforementioned academic programs.