Alex Clermont is a writer born and raised in New York City. He has a BA in English creative writing from Hunter College and has been an English teacher for the past several years.
Alex has been a contributing writer to Beyond Race Magazine, covering and interviewing independent artists and musicians. He was also the managing editor of Plateau, a quarterly print magazine that focused on independent musicians.
He has been published in the Anthology, Every Second Sunday–a collection by authors from around the world. His short story, “Catching Butterflies” can be read in the 2011 Anthology Out of Place, and his story, “Standby” can be seen on the online literary magazine Scholars and Rogues.
His first self-published book is titled, "Eating Kimchi and Nodding Politely," which is a collection of Narratives about his time as an English teacher in South Korea.
I (he) also smile a whole lot. Say “Hi” if you get the chance.