Rebecca Cook

CHATTANOOGA, TN 37411
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Author's Bio

Rebecca Cook’s novel, Click, was published in 2014 by New Rivers Press. She has published two books of poems, I Will Not Give Over, (Aldrich Press, 2013) and The Terrible Baby (Dancing Girl Press, 2006). She writes poetry, short stories, novels, and essays in just about any form—-lyric essays, cross-genre experimental work, memoir, and many in-between hard-to-define forms. Her work has been published in journals such as The Georgia Review, The New England Review, The Massachusetts Review, The Antioch Review, The Nervous Breakdown, The Rumpus, Atticus Journal, Northwest Review, Plume, theNewerYork, and many other places in print and around the web. She has taught creative writing for over twelve years and loves to work with students, whether privately or in workshops. If you would like to work with her privately, or have her come and teach a class, give a reading, or host a workshop, you can reach her here: godlikepoet@gmail.com

Publications and Prizes

Books: 
CLICK
(New Rivers Press, 2014)
, I Will Not Give Over
(Aldrich Press, 2013)
Journals: 
Antioch Review, Apalachee Review, Carve, diode, Exquisite Corpse, Georgia Review, Grist: The Journal for Writers, jmww, New England Review, New Orleans Review, Pank, Plume, Poet Lore, Powhatan Review, Quarter After Eight, Slipstream, Sliver of Stone, Southeast Review, Stone Highway Review, Story South, The Cortland Review
Chapbook: 
The Terrible Baby
(Dancing Girl Press, 2006)
Prizes Won: 
2009 Bread Loaf Margaret Bridgam Fiction Scholar

Personal Favorites

What I'm Reading Now: 
The Bible by Who Knows?
,
Bluets by Maggie Nelson
,
The Journals of Sylvia Plath by

More Information

Listed as: 
Creative Nonfiction Writer, Fiction Writer, Poet
Gives readings: 
Yes
Travels for readings: 
Yes
Identifies as: 
Feminist
Prefers to work with: 
Any
Fluent in: 
English
Born in: 
Fort Oglethorpe
Raised in: 
Wood Station/Ringgold, GA
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Last updated: May 13, 2016