Tina Mozelle Braziel is the author of Known by Salt (Anhinga Press), winner of the Philip Levine Prize for Poetry and the 2022 Alabama Library Association Author Award for poetry, and Rooted by Thirst (Porkbelly Press). Her work has also appeared in POETRY, The Cincinnati Review, Southern Humanities Review, and other journals. She has been awarded a fellowship from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and an artist residency at Hot Springs National Park. As the Magic City Poetry Festival’s inaugural Eco Poet, she collaborated with the Cahaba River Society to develop eco-poetry curriculum and videos. She holds an M.F.A in Poetry from the University of Oregon, an M.A. in Poetry at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and a B.A. in Intercultural Studies at the University of Montevallo. She directs the Ada Long Creative Writing Workshop at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She and her husband, novelist James Braziel, live and write in a glass cabin that they are building by hand in rural Alabama.
Duende Collection: www.duendeliterary.org/tina-braziel
Looking Glass: muse.jhu.edu/article/630412/summary
This Is a Way of Naming: steeltoereview.com/2015/03/30/this-is-a-way-of-naming-by-tina-mozelle-brazielle/
I’ve Learned: www.pidgeonholes.com/2018/05/two-poems-3/
The Scores: https://thescores.org.uk/tina-mozelle-braziel/
UAB Spotlight: http://www.uab.edu/cas/news/faculty/item/6947-three-questions-award-winning-poet-tina-mozelle-brazielhttp://www.fresnostatenews.com/2018/01/08/alabama-author-wins-2017-levine-prize-for-poetry/