Scott Thomas Outlar resides in the suburbs outside
of Atlanta, Georgia where he spends the hours flowing and fluxing
with the ever-changing currents of the Tao River while laughing
at and/or weeping over lifes existential nature. He hosts
the site 17Numa.wordpress.com where links to his published poetry,
fiction, essays, interviews, reviews, and books can be found.
Since beginning to submit his poetry in late 2014, Scott has
had more than 1,000 poems appear in over 230 different print
and/or online publications, both in the United States and internationally.
His poem Poetic Points was nominated
for Best of the Net by The Mind[less] Muse in 2015. He recently
received three Pushcart Prize nominations for his work in 2016,
from Transcendent Zero Press, Spirit Fire Review, and CTU Publishing.
Scott is a member of The Southern Collective Experience,
a group whose shared love of the arts spills over into the work
they produce in their quarterly journal, The Blue Mountain Review.
The SCE broadcasts a radio show, Dantes Old South, through
NPR/WUTC in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Scott also serves as an
editor for Walking Is Still Honest Press, The Peregrine Muse,
His debut chapbook, Songs of a Dissident, received strong reviews
in venues such as Asian Signature, Section 8 Magazine, Tuck
Magazine, Indiana Voice Journal, and Ragazine. Links to all
these reviews can be found here.
His latest full-length poetry collection, Happy Hour Hallelujah,
was released in 2016 and is available here through CTU Publishing.