Kristen D. Scott
He knew her when she was only glyphs,
when her soul reposed
in creations house.
yearning, he waited
as Erebus fathered air and day.
as symbols became words
Untouched. he touched her.
Kristen D. Scott is a nominee of the Pushcart prize in poetry for five works from her latest collection, OPIATE. (Garden Oak Press, 2014). She is an award-winning essayist for her work on Federico Garcia Lorca and his books the Divan del Tamarit, Poet of the Deep Song, and essay, "The Duende."
She has published in several Anthologies, newspapers, and ezines, including the San Diego Poetry Annuals, Nomos Review, Perigee, Alesbuyia, and published two poetry collection from Garden Oak Press; OPIATE (2014) and LIASIONS (2012). She has also been translated into Arabic, Turkish and Sanskrit.
Scott is currently the Editor-In-Chief, founder, and web designer
of KNOT Magazine, holds an MFA in Creative Writing, MA in English Literature, and is progressing with her Ph.D in Global Education.
She resides on the Riviera in Türkiye.