Rachael Guynn Wilson

Rachael Wilson author photo, indoors with a mingling crowd behind her, smiling and wearing a bright multicolored, multitextured sweater

Rachael Guynn Wilson is a writer living in Brooklyn. Her critical and poetic work has appeared in A propósito de nada / Apropos of Nothing (Aeromoto + Wendy’s Subway), apricota (Secretary Press), BathHouse Journal, Brooklyn Rail, The Distance Plan, Evening Will Come (The Volta), Hyperallergic, Jacket2, Kenyon Review Online, Matters of Feminist Practice (Belladonna* Series), Ritual and Capital (Bard + Wendy’s Subway), Vestiges, and elsewhere. She is a co-founder of the Organism for Poetic Research and a member of Belladonna* Collaborative. She holds a Ph.D. in English from New York University and teaches at the School of Visual Arts.

She has been the Managing Editor at Litmus Press since 2019.

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