Alex grew up in Thornhill, Ontario, where he devoured as many books as he could get his hands on. From an early age he wrote stories, such as a riveting tale of a cat running away to join the space circus, or of clumsy treasure hunting dogs (written at age six and seven respectively).
Over the years Alex's reading and writing became more sophisticated (and slightly less animal based). He attended Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. While working on a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education, Alex developed an obsession with the works of William Shakespeare.
In 2015, Alex left the urban hub of Toronto for Calgary, Alberta. He is currently working towards an Editing Certificate, as well as establishing himself as a Freelancer.
Alex has been published with Freeze Frame Fiction in 2017, and Coffin Hope Press in 2019. Links to these stories can be found on the Fiction page. Alex also wrote for the Shakespeare Standard's education blog "O! What Learning Is! in 2015. Posts can be found here.
Alex currently works with the Alexandra Writers Centre Society in Calgary, as a Manuscript Reviewer. Check here for details.