Julie Phillips Brown

Special Issue – Visual Art

Julie Phillips Brown is an interdisciplinary poet, artist, and literary critic. She is the recipient of a 2021 Philip Freund Prize in Creative Writing, and her first book of poems, The Adjacent Possible (Green Writers Press, 2021), won the 2019 Hopper Poetry Prize. She has held research fellowships in contemporary poetry and poetics from the Society for the Humanities at Cornell University and the Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry at Emory University. Recent work appears in Nashville Review, Revolute, The Rumpus, Twyckenham Notes, Vassar Review, and elsewhere. She lives in Lexington, Virginia, where she teaches creative writing, literature, and studio art.