Published Writing

Artist Bio

Alexander Clarke is a qualified philosophy and ethics teacher who predominantly explores Daoist, Buddhist, and absurdist concepts through his works. Influenced by correlational thinking, he uses imagery and dialogue to investigate the interplay between the subjects, such as ‘You’ and ‘I’.

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Eduland Book Writing Project- Planet X (Sci-Fi)

I am currently writing short stories a for Eduland, starting from June 2021. These stories are aimed at teaching learners, from the ages of twelve to nineteen, how to use English as a foreign language. All the stories are written in American English and follow strict formatting rules, and consist of between 1,500-8000 words.

Unlike the Jolly series, these stories are aimed to investigate challenging issues, such as human rights, drugs, and environmental concerns. Most of the characters exist in an extended universe created by Eduland. These characters are documented on a spreadsheet, with their habits, talents, relationships, etc. I then take their characteristics and write short stories. If the stories are approved by the manager, the director, and the team of editors, then an illustrator is hired. The book with additional pictures was then published. The genre of the stories is defined as ‘fiction’.

My approved stories can be viewed below. The stories do not belong to me, all rights belong to Eduland.

Eduland Book Writing Project- The Jolly Family (Kids)

I wrote fifteen to twenty short stories a month for Eduland from September 2020 to May 2021. These stories were aimed at teaching learners, from the ages of six to sixteen, how to use English as a foreign language. All the stories were written in American English and follow strict formatting rules, and consist of between 1,500-4000 words.

Most of the characters existed in an extended universe created by Eduland. These characters are documented on a spreadsheet, with their habits, talents, relationships, etc. I then took their characteristics and write short stories. If the stories are approved by the manager, the director, and the team of editors, then an illustrator is hired. The book with additional pictures was then published. The genre of the stories was defined as ‘realistic fiction’.

PDF versions of my approved stories can be viewed below. The stories do not belong to me, all rights belong to Eduland.



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Publications

Kiss of the Sphinx

Published by RoundLemon 26/05/2021.

Rough Velvet

Interactive fiction published by Itch 26/04/2021 and is featured in RoundLemon’s digital media exhibition ‘Worm.

Gaslighted Nation

Published by RoundLemon 03/05/2021. You can listen to it here.

Nameless

Published by Soul-Lit for their 2021 Spring Edition 23/04/2021. You can listen to it here.

Pirate and Clown

Published by RoundLemon for their exhibition ‘April Fish’ 2/04/2021. You can listen to it here.

Mia Osborne: Worlds Without Worlds

Interview published by RoundLemon 25/02/2021.

Deconstructionism: Glaswegian Threats & Lost Muffin

Published by RoundLemon 19/02/2021.

Never Mind

Published by RoundLemon for their exhibition ‘Body’ 16/02/2021. You can listen to it here.

Green Magpies

Published by RoundLemon 30/01/2021. You can listen to it here.

Mouse and Owl

Published by Vocal 16/01/2021 and by RoundLemon 17/05/2021. You can listen to it here.

Crimes Against Creation: Visual Ecopoetry

Published by Arttouchesart 19/12/2020.

What is Daoism?

Published by Tutorhunt 05/12/2020.

Workshops

Fishing for Words

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Prints

‘Nameless’ will be published on Soul-Lit for their spring edition. The print can be purchased here.


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