DeAlexander Clarke is an author born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He spent most of his years in solitude, engaging in the arts. It began with sketching and as he grew older, shifted into music. When he became of age, he focused on music production and it was only until he was struck with an illness that he decided to revisit his talents.
While in recovery he gained an interest in writing, spending many long nights studying the early Victorian authors, and well-translated Greek oratory from famous logographers like Isocrates and orators like Demosthenes, molding his style into what can only be described as poetic rhetoric mixed with the flowery language of the Victorian era, with an added pinch of urbanism.
He currently lives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania with his close family where he is working on his seventh novel.