J. Scott Brownlee is a poet-of-place from rural Texas. His work appears widely and includes the chapbooks Highway or Belief (Button Poetry Prize, 2013), Ascension (Robert Phillips Prize, 2015), and On the Occasion of the Last Old Camp Meeting in Llano County (Tree Light Books Prize, 2016). His first full-length collection, Requiem for Used Ignition Cap (Orison Books, 2015), was selected by C. Dale Young as the winner of the Orison Poetry Prize and was a finalist for the National Poetry Series. He teaches for Brooklyn Poets as a core faculty member and currently lives in Philadelphia. His second full-length collection, A Little Bit of Hardly Anything, is currently seeking a publisher.
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