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“…who goes to poetry for safety anyway?” – J.D. Salinger (from Seymour: An Introduction)
Rachel Gray grew up in rural Nevada. Her work appears in the anthology Walang Hiya…Literature Taking Risks Toward Liberatory Practice. She is also a Kundiman fellow. Her poems explore ideas of food, television tourism, human trafficking and the embodied muse. Despite her work’s serious subject matter, she’s still fun to be around.