Alexandria Hall is a poet and musician from Vermont. She received her MFA from NYU, where she also served as web editor of Washington Square Review. She is founder and editor-in-chief of tele- magazine. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in NarrativeBOAATThe Bennington Review, Foundry, Memorious, and elsewhere.

Selected Poems

On Music,” Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Summer 2019
Dredge,” Meridian, Summer 2019
People Fall All the Time,” Narrative Magazine finalist 30 Below contest 2018, published April 2019
"Geosmin," Foundry, September 2018
"Something Important Put Clumsily Away," Cosmonauts Avenue, June 2018
"Sonnet with a Line from Wordsworth," Narrative Magazine Poem of the Week, January 2018
"My Love," Narrative Magazine, January 2018
"Contrition," Narrative Magazine, January 2018
"I Contain Myself Needfully," Pouch, October 2017
"A Series of Losses," The Bennington Review, June 2017
"In the Nets," The Bennington Review, June 2017
"Slumber Party," BOAAT, Nov/Dec 2016
"Travel Narrative, " BOAAT, Nov/Dec 2016
"Practice Test for Insatiable Loneliness," Jellyfish Magazine, October 2016
"Field Music," Narrative Magazine, May 2016
"Spring Cleaning,Narrative Magazine Poem of the Week, April 2016
"Syrinx," Memorious, Summer 2015

Selected Prose

“Inheritance,” Cosmonauts Avenue 2018 Fiction Prize shortlist, forthcoming July 2019