Julie Phillips Brown

Julie Phillips Brown is a poet, painter, scholar, and book artist. After earning an M.F.A and a Ph.D. at Cornell University, she served as the N.E.H. Post-Doctoral Fellow in Poetics at Emory University’s Bill and Carol Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry. Her poems and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in Angels of the Americlypse (Counterpath), Columbia Poetry ReviewConjunctions (special web feature), Contemporary Women’s Writingdelirious hemDenver QuarterlyMixed Messages (Manchester UP), PeregrineRappahannock ReviewTalisman, and elsewhere. She currently lives in Lexington, Virginia, where she teaches creative writing, studio art, and American literature.

Her email is juliephillipsbrown@gmail.com.

Her twitter handle is @jphillipsbrown

  • Martha Collins: “Night Unto Night” and “Day Unto Day”

    What are the heavens, and what is the firmament—what, a house, and for how long? How do we live, die,…

    Issue #82 May 2018