Black Lawrence Press
SCOTT ALEXANDER JONES is the author of the chapbook “One Day There Will Be Nothing to Show That We Were Ever Here” (Bedouin Books, 2009). His poems have appeared in over fifty journals, including Roanoke Review, Third Coast, and Tribeca Poetry Review. He holds an MFA from The University of Montana, where he co-founded the literary journal Zerø Ducats and began releasing ambient music as Surgery in the Attic. He has won a variety of travel grants and literary awards, including the 2011 Nancy Dew Taylor Award for Poetry for an excerpt of his long poem “elsewhere.” Additionally, he was Writer-in-Residence at The Montana Artists Refuge during October of 2009. Having also lived in Seattle, Austin, and Wellington, New Zealand, he currently calls Portland, Oregon home.


SCOTT ALEXANDER JONES
Contemporary Literature & Non-Fiction