Title

Julie Phillips Brown

Poet Information

Julie Phillips Brown

About the Poet

Julie Phillips Brown is a poet, critic, painter, and book artist. Her first book of poems, The Adjacent Possible, won the 2019 Hopper Poetry Prize and will be published by Green Writers Press in 2021. Her poems and essays have appeared in Borderlands, Columbia Poetry Review, Conjunctions, Crab Orchard Review, Denver Quarterly, Interim, Jacket2, Posit, Plume, Rappahannock Review, Tahoma Literary Review, Vinyl, Yemassee, and elsewhere. She is the Editor-in-Chief of House Mountain Review, named for the peaks that overlook her home in Lexington, Virginia, where she teaches creative writing, literature, and studio art.

Region

Northern

Virginia City or County Affiliation

Lexington, VA

Current City/State of Residence

Lexington, VA

Gender

Female

Race/Ethnicity

White

Keywords/Tags

Poetry, Book Arts, Criticism

Website

www.tactualpoiesis.com

Published Works or Performances

The Adjacent Possible, Green Writers Press, 2021

"Sonnet, Ovum," Literary Mama, March 2021

"Second Cut," Twyckenham Notes, 2021

"Anniversary," Nashvillle Review, 2019

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