Ethel Rackin is the author of the poetry collections The Forever Notes (2013) and Go On (2016), both from Parlor Press. Her poems, book reviews, and collaborations have appeared in journals such as Colorado Review, Court Green, Evergreen Review, Hotel Amerika, Jacket2, Kenyon Review, Kestrel, Poetry East, South Dakota Review, Verse Daily, and Volt. She earned her MFA from Bard College and her PhD in English Literature from Princeton University. She has taught at Penn State Brandywine, Haverford College, and Bucks County Community College in Pennsylvania, where she is currently an associate professor.
Publications and Prizes
Go On (Parlor Press, 2016), The Forever Notes (Parlor Press, 2013)
American Poetry Review, Big Bridge, Brooklyn Review, Colorado Review, Court Green, Evergreen Review, Poetry East, Skanky Possum, Verse Daily, Volt
Thomas Merton Prize in Poetry of
the Sacred, Co-Author:
Finalist, Green Rose Prize
in Poetry, 2016;
Finalist, 2014 Akron Poetry Prize
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Listing last updated: October 20, 2016