The past is rust, as oxidized: whatever clings / to our conversation, back-&-forth of friends, / six pack of Miller High Life, Camel cigarettes / if we quit quitting again. Back in this town blessed by OxyContin & black tar heroin
Author Archives: J. Scott Brownlee
J. Scott Brownlee is a poet from rural Texas. His poems appears widely, and he is the author of the full-length collection Requiem for Used Ignition Cap, as well as the chapbooks Highway or Belief, Ascension, and On the Occasion of the Last Old Camp Meeting in Llano County. He is the winner of the 2013 Button Poetry Prize, 2014 Robert Phillips Prize, 2015 Orison Poetry Prize, and 2016 Bob Bush Memorial Award for the Best First Book of Poetry from the Texas Institute of Letters.