Roof Alexander is an American novelist and short story writer who describes his style as generational fiction. For over a decade he has been traveling the world and completing works that capture the identity of his millennial generation. Alexander says, "I could never give back to writing what writing has given to me, so I try to re-gift it by telling stories of the inspiring humans that have passed through my life."
Roof calls Brooklyn his home where he helps lead the current artistic movement with his novel To Be Heard: A Story about Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and through co-curating the popular Williamsburg reading and music series Dangit I'm Thirsty.
His first release was a short story collection titled, They Always Leave. Inspired by the people that so easily came in and out of his life when he lived in Honduras, along with the contrast of the people he had left behind during his travels over the globe.