Rachel Mehl

Bellingham, WA

Author's Bio

Rachel Mehl has an MFA from University of Oregon, where she taught poetry for two years, and a BA in English from Western Washington University. She has also taught GED students and community workshops.

Publications and Prizes

Anthologies: 
All We Can Hold: Poems of Motherhood
(Sage Hill Press, 2016)
, Floating Bridge Review
Journals: 
Alaska Quarterly Review, Arbor Vitae, Blue Earth Review, Breadcrumb Scabs, Cirque, Conversations Across Borders, Crab Creek Review, Crowd Magazine, Fogged Clarity, Los Angeles Review, Natural Bridge, Naugatuck River Review, Neon, Nerve Cowboy, New South Review, Pank, Poet Lore, Portland Review, Squalorly, Stringtown, The Raintown Review, Tiger's Eye, Whiskey Island Magazine, Willow Springs
Prizes Won: 
Walk Award Winner 2011 Sue Boynton Poetry Contest for "Bellingham" Finalist Snake Nation Press Violet Reed Hass Poetry Book Award 2009 for _Why I Hate Horses_ Finalist The Ledge Chapbook Contest 2009 for _Letter to Amber in November_ Semifinalist Fall 2010 Black River Chapbook Contest for _Letter to Amber in November_ Semifinalist Fall 2009 Black River Chapbook Contest for _Letter to Amber in November_ Finalist New South Poetry Prize 2008 for "Walking Tommy Thompson Trail"

More Information

Listed as: 
Poet
Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Mount Vernon
Raised in: 
Arlington, WA
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Last updated: May 02, 2016