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Brett William Scott is an environmentalist and writer. On the scenic route there, she has been a Mormon, US Marine, dancer, nomad, horse wrangler, and nuclear weapons researcher. She lives between Montevideo, Uruguay, and San Francisco, and she is gravely relieved she is no longer any of these things.
She received her BA in International Studies from the Monterey Institute of International Studies and is currently finishing her memoir, We Who Are Marines, about her absurd, sacred and sacrilegious experience in the world of women in the 94% male Marine Corps.
Winning Entry: Bone Memory
Contest Won: Tom Howard/John H. Reid Fiction & Essay Contest 2015, Honorable Mention