Rachel King’s short stories have appeared in One Story,
Green Mountains Review, Pigeon Pages, Lunch Ticket, and elsewhere,
and her poetry chapbook Between Work and Light is available
from Dancing Girl Press. She is currently working on
a short novel and a linked collection of stories.
Her novella, Tree Line, which details romance and revolt
among tenant workers during Prince Edward Island’s land reform
movement in the 1830s, was one of twenty-four finalists
in Los Galesburg’s 2019 open reading period. Her novel,
People along the Sand, which follows characters working
for and against the 1967 Oregon Beach Bill, was one of five finalists
in Forest Avenue Press’s 2018 open reading period.
Rachel lives in her hometown of Portland, Oregon,
where she works as the editor of Ruminate Magazine.
Contact her at king.rachelsuzanne [at] gmail [dot] com.
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