Warren J. Cox lives, writes and paints in southern Virginia, where he also works as an editor. Beyond creating, he is passionate about human rights and tennis. His work has appeared previously or is forthcoming in Eunoia Review, Ducts, Defenestration, Fluland, Empty Mirror, Eskimo Pie, The Creative Truth, Intrinsick, and The Haiku Journal. He’s on Twitter @WarrenJCox

 
June 21, 2018

Art by Warren J. Cox

Warren J. Cox lives, writes and paints in southern Virginia, where he also works as an editor. Beyond creating, he is passionate about human rights and tennis. His work has appeared previously or is forthcoming in Eunoia Review, Ducts, Defenestration, Fluland, Empty Mirror, Eskimo Pie, The Creative Truth, Intrinsick, and The Haiku Journal. He's on Twitter @WarrenJCox
June 20, 2018

Epidemic by Ally Wharton

in the winter of my twelfth year i washed my hands of childhood innocence.   my mama always told me to be wary of the world. […]
June 19, 2018

Nocturnes (kitchen sink) by Clíodhna Walsh

  Nuages: So dim inside the vape shop, it could have been night at any hour. With a small key she unlocked the glass cabinet of […]
June 16, 2018

2 poems by Nathan Tompkins

How To Say I love You Our late night chats, early morning texts, keep the eyes reaching to catch your smiles, my fingertips to trap the […]