Rachel King’s short fiction has appeared most recently in
One Story, Green Mountains Review, Pigeon Pages, and Lunch Ticket,
and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and Best of the Net.
Her poetry chapbook Between Work and Light is available from Dancing Girl Press.
Rachel King also copyedits fiction and nonfiction for
West Virginia University Press, Melville House, Counterpoint, and elsewhere,
and is the managing editor for Ruminate Magazine.
In her fiction, the characters are always paramount,
but her stories also explore exile, past trauma, workers’ rights, and land-use issues.
Rachel King was educated at the University of Oregon,
Robert D. Clark Honors College
and the West Virginia University MFA program,
and lives in her hometown of Portland, Oregon.
Read an interview with her here.
Contact her at king.rachelsuzanne [at] gmail [dot] com.