Josh DuBose

Josh DuBose

Josh DuBose is a Los Angeles based freelance writer, author and journalist. He earned a BA in Communications from Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, and will receive his MA in Journalism from Harvard Extension, class of 2019. Overall health and wellbeing is one of Josh's interests and he's been researching, reporting and writing about drugs, alcohol and other progressive issues for the last six years.

He was awarded the Peter K. Hixson Memorial Scholarship from Writer's Relief, nominated for UCLA's James Kirkwood Literary Prize and has been widely published in literary journals, such as Zyzzyva, The Notre Dame Review, Bluestem Magazine, and The Tulane Review, as well as recently editing the comedic memoir Operation Cure Boredom. Some of his other work can be seen on his website.

Latest posts

Mexican Drug Wars – It’s The Second Most Dangerous Place in The World

The United States’ neighbor to the south, Mexico, is in the grip of a national crisis. Two earthquakes, just 11 days apart, have claimed more than 300 lives and first responders, volunteers, citizens and the Mexican government face years of economic uncertainty and recovery. Yet, amid the tragic natural disaster, an even darker cloud hangs … Continued