Vox (journal)

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This article is about the literary journal. For the music magazine, see Vox (magazine).

VOX Journal is a literary journal based in Oxford, Mississippi.[1] It was founded in fall 2004 by poet Louis E. Bourgeois, short story writer and musician Max Bishop Hipp, and poet and self-taught artist J. E. Pitts. As of this writing, it has produced three issues, in April 2005, 2006, and 2007. VOX describes itself as an independent literary journal, an experimental literary journal, and the “new avant-garde”. The issue, produced in 2007, was the most experimental release yet and included work by "the last Surrealist", Gisele Prassinos, and a variety of prose poems and found poems. The next issue, #4, would concentrate on a variety of themes pertaining to war and its effects.


  1. ^ "Louis E. Bourgeois". Mississippi Writers and Musicians. Retrieved 4 September 2016. 

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