Writer and ne'er-do-well.
Scott Woods is the author or editor of two poetry collections (Urban Contemporary History Month, 2016, and We Over Here Now, 2013) and
a collection of essays (Prince and Little Weird Black Boy Gods, 2017), and is the award-winning organizer of Holler: 31 Days of Columbus Black Art (2017).
He has been featured multiple times in national press, including multiple appearances on National Public Radio. He was the president of Poetry Slam, Inc.,
is the co-founder of the Writers’ Block Poetry Night and has founded and curated numerous other events. In April of 2006 he became the
first poet to ever complete a 24-hour solo poetry reading, a feat he bested seven more times without repeating a single poem.
Scott's first collection of essays - and an ebook exclusive - Prince and Little Weird Black Boy Gods, from Brick Cave Books is available!
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