Monica Brown


Monica Jo BrownMonica Jo Brown teaches creative writing workshops in poetry, prose, and novel writing at Chattanooga State Community College where she was the advisor of The Phoenix, Chattanooga State's student literary magazine resurrected after five years of dormancy, and the founding advisor of the Chattanooga State Writer's Association. This fall, she is launching the pilot series of Ninth Street Workshops, which she founded, and has been selected to read her poetry at The Flannery O'Connor and Other Southern Women Writers conference at Georgia State College and University. She is a 2011 Creative Writing MFA graduate of the University of Oregon where she taught multi-genre creative writing workshops. Before that, she was the Editorial Assistant of Poems & Plays, and has had her poems published in a number of small journals. She has just completed her first poetry collection, Heirloom, in Etowah where she lives with her five-year-old son, Alexander Fox.

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