Scott Reid

Scott Reid, MA, teaches poetry workshops in the San Francisco Bay Area and online.

First began teaching The Albany Poetry Workshop in the East Bay in 1979.

Taught poetry at Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park in 1996, continued teaching off-campus at The Sitting Room in Cotati.

As adjunct faculty of the Special Education & Seniors Program at Santa Rosa Junior College, presented autobiography writing courses for Sonoma County elders.

Teaches poetry to Sonoma County youngsters as a poet in the classroom. Teaches second grade through high school students in the towns of Healdsburg, Geyserville, Calistoga, Santa Rosa, Cloverdale, Guerneville, and Occidental.

Poems have appeared in The Berkeley Poetry Review, Tomcat, Blue Unicorn, Melic Review, The Dickens, First Leaves, and The Sow's Ear Review.

Received fellowships from: Squaw Valley Community of Writers, The Napa Valley Writers' Conference, and The Bread Loaf Writers' Conference.

Currently holds valid California Teaching Credential, Education Specialist.

Lives in Northern California.

June 2010