Victoria N. Alexander PhD

Tori Alexander is a novelist who lives in New York and also writes on the philosophy of science under the name Victoria N. Alexander.

Published in the Antioch Review, Biosemiotics, Configurations, Emergence: Complexity & Organization, English Language Notes, Nabokov Studies, Pynchon Notes, and several visual art journals/magazines, Dr. Alexander has investigated chance and teleology in narrative by such diverse writers as Martin Amis, Saul Bellow, Louis Begley, Henry James, Milan Kundera, Vladimir Nabokov, C. S. Peirce, Thomas Pynchon, and Shakespeare.
Her novels Smoking Hopes, Naked Singularity, and Trixie pursue similar themes involving coincidence and emergent intentionality.

Book Reviews by Victoria N. Alexander PhD

Death and sex are literature’s subjects, not science’s. What we care most about is what these subjects mean to us—not what they, in fact, are.


“You’ll like it. No, I’d prefer you to suck me off,” he said.
“While I wear my cock,” she said.
“While I wear my big thick green cock.”
“That’s what I want.”