writes mostly true stories and mostly untrue poems. Some of her stories are for children—though adults might like them too.
She received a BA in Comparative Lit and Poetry from the Evergreen State College and an MFA in Poetry from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She currently serves as the founder and editor-in-chief of Drizzle Review and curates writing prompts on Instagram as Living Room Theatre. She was the 2019 winner of the Academy of American Poets Prize at UMass Amherst, and a finalist for the 2019 Daniel and Merrily Glosband Fellowship and the 2020 Karen Skolfield and Dennis Goeckel Award in Poetry. Her work has been supported by the Young Writer's Project, the Vermont Studio Center, the Bread Loaf Writer's Conference, and the Vermont Arts Council. She daylights as an e-learning script writer and developer.
Rebecca’s middle-grade book Curious Cases: True Crime for Kids was released by Bloom Books for Young Readers (and imprint of Ulysses Press) in July 2022. She is also the author of two poetry chapbooks, including The Salvageman, out in April 2022 from o-blek editions.
She lives in Richmond, Vermont.