Awards, Publications, & Exhibitions

Short Fiction

“The Interpreter,” Hayden’s Ferry Review, Fall 2017 (Forthcoming)

“Queens,” Fall Lines: A Literary ConvergenceSummer 2014

“Girlskin,” ellipsis… literature & art, Spring 2014

“The Gardener,” A Sense of the Midlands Anthology, Muddy Ford Press, Feb. 2014

“The Ambassador’s Wife,” 2nd Place, Blue Mesa Review Fiction Contest, Dec. 2013

“Beautiful Girl,” Ayris Magazine, Spring 2013

“The Ambassador’s Wife,” Semi-Finalist, DISQUIET International Literary Award, 2013

“Fratricide,” 2012 BLOOM Chapbook Prize for Fiction

“The Poet’s Daughter,” Bare Root Review, May 2012

“나가는 곳 / Way Out,” James Dickey Writing Award for Creative Prose, Graduate English Association, University of South Carolina, April 2012

“Izakaya,” Breakwater Review, Jan. 2011

“Saturday Nights in Seoul,” Two Hawks Quarterly, Sept. 2010

“8 Things I Know About Her,” Pure Francis, June 2010

Novel

Burn, Short List for Finalists in Novel & Narrative Non-Fiction Category, Faulkner-Wisdom Competition, July 2012

Burn, Finalist, South Carolina Arts Commission First Novel Competition, 2012

Excerpt from BurnThe Drum Literary Magazine, Sept. 2010

Poetry

“Solve for X” (collaborative poetry project with Ed Madden), Columbia Museum of Art, Aug.-Sept. 2015

“Preparation,” Jasper Magazine, Mar./April 2012 (pg. 60/61)

“The Morning Before I Took the Train to Florence,” Earth’s Daughters (Issue #78), Winter 2010

“Fourth of July,” The State, 2nd Place in S.C. Poetry Initiative Single Poem Contest, April 2010

“Apple-picking,” Apparatus Magazine, Feb. 2010

“Housewives,” Soundzine, June 2009

Non-Fiction

This Was My Experience as a Genderqueer Traveler in India, Matador Network, Jan. 2017

Why the LGBTQ Community Will Thrive in 2017, Matador Network, Jan. 2017

“Imagine If: Envisioning a World without Violence,” Jasper Magazine, March/April 2014

“Talking with the Dead,” Oyez Review, Spring 2013

“Agashi, Eodi Gayo?,” The Double-Dealer, June 2013

“Reclaiming Vaginas,” Jasper Magazine, Jan./Feb. 2013

“Agashi, Eodi Gayo? (or ‘Young Lady, Where Are You Going?’),” 2nd Runner-up in Essay Category, Faulkner-Wisdom Competition, Sept. 2010

“Talking with the Dead,” Runner-up, University of New Orleans 7th Annual Writing Contest, 2010

Film/New Media

“Flight,” Writer

Finalist, SOMA Film Festival Short Screenplay Competition, March 2017

“Phantomythography: A Young Ghost Comes of Age,” Writer/Co-Director/Collaborator (2015, 10-minute loop, Media Art Installation)

Mechanical Eye Microcinema (Asheville, NC), March 2016

2nd Place in New Media Competition, University Film and Video Association Conference, Aug. 2015

Indie Grits Film Festival, April 2015

“Crosswalk,” Writer/Director (2013, 6-minute short film)

North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, July 2015

Seattle Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, Oct. 2014

Audience Award, Second Act Film Festival, Oct. 2013

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3 thoughts on “Awards, Publications, & Exhibitions

  1. Alexis, saw the award for Bloom, also and am so pleased for you!! Congratulations on all your work that’s being recognized! My book finally was published in October and ended up with the title I’ll Call It Like I See It: A Lesbian Speaks Out. In the Acknowledgments section I thank you for your help in my project. I hope you’ll have the time to read it!
    Warmest wishes for a wonderful holiday season,
    Sheila

    • Thanks for the congrats, and great news about your book! Yay! I’ll definitely track down a copy (where can I purchase it?) and would love to read the final version.

      Great hearing from you! And happy holidays and happy writing! 🙂

      Alexis

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