Journalist; author.  Born– Feb. 10, 1937, in Birmingham, Ala. Parents– Walter Craig and Florrie (Webb) Blackwell. Married– Karl Legrant Scott, Apr. 18, 1964. Children– One. Education– Samford University, A.B., 1958; University of Alabama in Birmingham, M.A. Associate editor, Shades Valley Sun, 1958-59. Taught at Hewitt-Trussville High School, 1959-60.  Worked for the Birmingham News; fashion editor, Birmingham Post-Herald; associate and managing editor, Southern Veterinarian; editor, Blue Cross Wise; publicity director of Alabama Sesquicentennial, of Birmingham Centennial, and for Roman Catholic Diocese of Alabama. Member Birmingham Association of Industrial Editors; Alabama Historical Society; St. Clair Historical Society. Winner of the Scope Literary Competition, 1967; runner-up, Hackney Literary Competition, 1969.  Awarded prizes in fiction and photographic competitions; contributed to Alabama Prize Stories, 1970.


Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, 1976; bookjacket of Country Roads.


Country Roads; A Journey through Rustic Alabama. Tuscaloosa, Ala; Portals Press, 1979.

The Green and the Burning Alike.  Tuscaloosa: Portals Press, 1992.


A collection of the papers of Carolynne Scott Blackwell is held in the Special Collections and Archives Department of the Auburn University Libraries.