Alex Vigue

Lines Don’t End

You didn’t know why the engineers chose to lay the rails side by side; you only knew that it was strange to ride a horizontal train. All of the seats faced the ...
Alex Vigue

Alex Vigue

Alex Vigue is a queer writer trying to find a place and a voice. He lives in a small town in Washington State where it can be difficult to be out all of the time. He tries not to hide so that young people might see someone surviving it all but it is taxing. He substitute teaches and moonlights as a retail worker at Target. Alex Has been published in Lockjaw Magazine, Witch Craft Mag, and has a poem forthcoming in Vinyl Poetry and Prose. You can find him and his work at https://alexvigue.wordpress.com