About Kevin Brown:
Kevin Brown is a Professor of English at Lee University. He has published two full-length collections of poems--A Lexicon of Lost Words, (2013; Winner of the Violet Reed Haas Prize for Poetry) and Exit Lines (2009)--two chapbooks--Abecedarium (2011) and Holy Days: Poems (winner of the 2011 Split Oak Press Chapbook Contest)--and a memoir--Another Way: Finding Faith, Then Finding It Again (2012).
He has also published a scholarly work They Love to Tell the Story: Five Contemporary Authors Take on the Gospels (2012) with Kennesaw State University Press, in addition to critical articles on Kurt Vonnegut, Ralph Ellison, John Barth, and Tony Earley. He has published essays in The Chronicle of Higher Education, Academe, InsideHigherEd.com, The Teaching Professor, and Eclectica, among others.
He received a Ph.D in English from the University of Mississippi with a dissertation that dealt with Mark Twain's influence on Kurt Vonnegut. He also has a Master's in English from East Tennessee State University, a Master's in Library Science from the University of Alabama, and a Bachelor's Degree from Milligan College. He has a Master's of Fine Arts in Poetry from Murray State University.