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Edward Scott is a man who live for the truth, and a man who grew up on a small farm in West Oakland, California. Unlike other farms where they raise pigs, chickens and cattle, on this farm they raise people for jails, institutions, and death. So he strives and survives to write these truths into metaphor. During his elementary school years, Scott attended Cole Elementary School in Oakland where he won his first poetry contest called My Dream for My Country. That poetry was base on Scott’s account of the Vietnam War, and he also got recognition from the state of Washington governor during that time. Scott was sent to Longfellow Elementary School during his school years for gifted students. While at Longfellow he received the attention from his teacher Mrs. Jones who inspired and taught him how to write books. Scott’s knowledge of writing books continues throughout his junior and senior school years at McClymonds High School. Later in life, Scott self published two of his poetry books called No Reasonable Explanations Required and The Afterbirth. Author House Publication published Scott’s third poetry book called The Metamonphi of the Phenomeni, and all three books are now available.

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