Alexej Savreux (b.1989, Burlington, VT), lives and works in Kansas City, Missouri) is an American-Czechian poet, satirist, critic, and video and graffiti artist. His written work, critical work, and visual work have been published and exhibited widely in such periodicals as Writer's Digest, Cracked, The Berkley Press, The Kansas City Fringe Festival, The Mayor's Office of Arts and Culture (City of Boston, MA), JAM Magazine, Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University in the City of New York, the division of social sciences at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, KS, and the linguistics departments at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Savreux is a longtime affiliate of Wilshire Press, Wingless Dreamer Publishing House in Scotland, and Illogical Conceits Publishing & Multimedia in Kansas. He has been in residence at the Unlucky Rabbit Art Studio (Kansas City, MO), and the Institute For Cultural Entrepreneurship at the State University of New York at Oneonta (Oneonta, NY). His body of creative work lies at the intersection of literary, performance, and visual art and is concerned with how language can be used for the internal modification and education of the human heart for the betterment of society. His current critical and editorial practice focuses on the sociology of mental illness, art criticism, neuropsychiatry, technological communications, and codes and ciphers.