Who is Zetta?

Zetta Brown holds a B.A. in English/Creative Writing from Southern Methodist University and is the author of several short stories. In 1998 she was the regional first-place winner for The National Society of Arts & Letters (NSAL) Award for Short Fiction. Her work has been published in literary journals produced by Tarrant County College in Hurst, Texas, Mary Hardin-Baylor University in Belton, Texas, and Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. In 1999 and 2000, her stories were adapted for performance at the Craft of Writing conference in Denton, Texas. She has had the honor of obtaining a residency at The Writers’ Colony in Dairy Hollow in 2002 as well as attending the Hurston-Wright Foundation’s Writers Week in 1998. A native Texan and naturalized British citizen, she lives with her husband, author and publisher Jim Brownand their crazy cat Clyde.

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3 thoughts on “Who is Zetta?

  1. As a fellow Texan, I would love to hear of Zetta’s progress from there to Scotland, the land of my grandmother’s family. If you have a moment, Zetta, how about posting a note about how you got from Texas to Scotland.

    1. Hi Sharon!
      I ended up in Scotland all because of the love of a good man. 🙂 My husband and I met over the Internet and we will be celebrating our seventh wedding anniversary later this year. It was easier for me to relocate than it was for him, but hey…it’s Scotland! I jumped at the chance. 🙂

  2. I was married to a Scotsman, once. It was like being married to a cross between Sean Connery and Groundskeeper Willie! Oh, and he was my cousin, so it was totally hot. Sadly he drank himself to death five years after we wed, but we had a LOT of fun, for a little while.

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