Jordan Scott is a poet and Children’s author. Scott has written five books of poetry and was the recipient of the 2018 Latner Writers’ Trust Poetry Prize for his contributions to Canadian poetry. Scott’s debut Children’s book (illustrated by Sydney Smith) I Talk Like a River is a New York Times best Children’s book of 2020.
Jordan’s Instagram can be found here.
Lanterns at Guantanamo can be found here.
This was a deeply personal conversation for me because, like Jordan Scott, I grew up stuttering. Jordan has embraced his stutter and made it part of his art in a unique and beautiful way. I’m grateful to Jordan for having this conversation with me and I hope you enjoy it. As always, thanks for reading and thanks for listening.
- Silt – 2005
- Blert – 2008
- Decomp – 2013, with Stephen Collis
- Night & Ox – 2016
- I Talk Like a River – 2020
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