Scott Honeycutt holds a Ph.D. in American literature from Georgia State University.
A former English major and alumnus here at ETSU, Dr. Honeycutt returned to the university
in 2013. As an associate professor of English, his primary job responsibilities include
coordinating the secondary school teaching program and teaching pedagogical methods
courses. His research interests include nineteenth century nature writing, walking
literature, poetry, and young adult literature. He has published scholarly essays
in Northwest Ohio History, The Journal of Ecocriticism, Writing the Environment in Nineteenth-Century American Literature, and Comic Connections: Connecting Character and Theme. In addition, Dr. Honeycutt has published numerous poems as well as two poetry chapbooks:
This Diet of Flesh (Finishing Line Press) and Twelve Miles North of the Ohio River (Seven Kitchens Press). When not teaching, Scott enjoys spending time with family
and walking the hills of Appalachia.