Paris was long ago eclipsed as the center of the art world, but that doesn’t mean it has to fade into dignified irrelevance.
Will Mountain Cox is an American-born writer living in Paris; he serves on the Artistic Committee of the Mona Bismarck - American Center for Art and Culture there. His work has been published in The Bohemyth, For Every Year, and the aleï journal. In 2013, Will founded the Belleville Park Pages, which published more than 300 writers from 35 countries in three years and was described by Monocle as “the perfect, intelligent way to distribute new writing.” He holds degrees from Boston University and from Sciences Po in Paris, where he was named Graduate of Honor in 2017 for his research on the sociology of technology and urban life. Will is from Portland, Oregon.