Sharon Alexander

A transplanted New Yorker, Sharon Alexander now lives in Southern California. She divides her time between the mountains in Idyllwild and in the desert at the foot of the beautiful Santa Rosa Mountains east of Palm Springs.

Finishing Line Press released Sharon’s first collection of poetry, VOODOO TROMBONE, in 2014. Her poetry has or will appear in various journals including Naugatuck River Review, Caliban On-Line, Redheaded Stepchild, Slipstream, Pearl and San Pedro River Review. In addition, her poetry can be found in the following anthologies: Beyond the Lyric Moment (Poetry Inspired by Workshops with David St. John); Spectrum (140 So Cal Poets) and The Poetry Box (Poeming Pigeons).


My Name Was Once An Argument

My Name Was Once An Argument by Sharon Alexander