Born: February 08 1989 in Blue Mound Illinois, USA
Resides: Muncie, Indiana, USA
E-mail: aubriecox (at) gmail (dot) com
Academic by day, haiku poet by night, Aubrie Cox graduated in Spring
2011 from Millikin University with a B.A. in English literature and
writing. While at Millikin, where she first discovered haiku, she
served as the editor-in-chief for the university literary and fine arts
magazine Collage, and senior editor for the student-run
publishing company Bronze Man Books. Currently, she is pursuing an M.A.
in creative writing at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, as
well as compiling an anthology of English-language haiku by
women. Aubrie’s poetry has appeared in print and online journals,
including Modern Haiku, The Heron’s Nest, bottle
rockets, Acorn, Frogpond, tinywords, Eucalypt,
Moonbathing, Sketchbook, Prune Juice, Chrysanthemum,
haijinx, Mango Moons, Haiga Online, and Notes
From the Gean. She served as guest editor for the 2011 summer issue
of the online magazine haijinx, and her debut chapbook tea’s
aftertaste is now available from Bronze Man Books.
Books Published: tea's aftertaste (Bronze Man Books, 2011).
Credits: "roadside violet" - Acorn 26 (2011); "every place taken" - The Heron's Nest 11.3 (2009); tea's aftertaste (Bronze Man Books, 2011); "harvest moon" - bottle rockets 11.2 (2010); tea's aftertaste (Bronze Man Books, 2011); "warmth leaves" - Frogpond 33.1 (2010); tea's aftertaste (Bronze Man Books, 2011); "distant galaxies" - Modern Haiku 41.3 (2010); evolution: The Red Moon Anthology of English-Language Haiku 2010 (Red Moon Press, 2011); tea's aftertaste (Bronze Man Books, 2011); "snow day" - Mango Moons 1 (2011).