Alexis Clements

Alexis Clements is a writer and filmmaker based in Brooklyn, New York. A regular contributor to Hyperallergic, her writing has also appeared in the Guardian, Salon, Bitch Magazine, American Theatre, The Brooklyn Rail, and Nature, among others. She recently completed a documentary film titled All We've Got, which explores of LGBTQ women’s communities, cultures, and social justice work through the lens of the physical spaces they create. Learn more about her work at www.alexisclements.com.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Portrait of a Middle-Class Butch Academic

Alexis Clements reviews Esther Newton’s “My Butch Career,” a memoir of the early life and career of an important pioneer in the field of LGBTQ Studies....


What Are the Chances? Success in the Arts in the 21st Century
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