Rion Amilcar Scott

Rion Amilcar Scott is an American short story writer.


  • …I’m hoping that readers create their own relationship between themselves, the title and the text, but I will say that it’s important to remember that each of us is a blade of grass, not the lawn itself.
  • If you take a glass bottle and toss it up into the air so that when it hits the earth it shatters against the ground, and then you take the shards and glue them back together in the shape of a bird, then you no longer have a bottle, you’ve made something new. Any parts of my personal history I use in my fiction are only interesting to me as the rawest of raw material that I’m shaping into the form of a bird.
  • …Blackness for me is sort of like air, I’m constantly perceiving it, but not really thinking about it as my mind is on more immediate concerns. And then sometimes I’m forced into a hyper-awareness of it and that awareness is at times pleasant, at times noxious…

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