Rachel Mehl

Poet

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 & Prizes

Anthologies:
All We Can Hold: Poems of Motherhood (Sage Hill Press, 2016)
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Floating Bridge Review (, )
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Arbor Vitae
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Breadcrumb Scabs
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Cirque
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Conversations Across Borders
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Crowd Magazine
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Fogged Clarity
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Nerve Cowboy
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Pank
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Stringtown
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Tiger's Eye
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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

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