Rachel Richardson is the author of two books of poetry, Hundred-Year Wave (2016) and Copperhead (2011), both from Carnegie Mellon University Press. She has been awarded Wallace Stegner and NEA Fellowships, and her poems have appeared in The New York Times, Slate, and elsewhere. She co-directs the community writing center Left Margin LIT in Berkeley, California.
A Wilderness I Wouldn’t Live Without: On Carl Phillips’s “Wild Is the Wind”
Rachel Richardson reviews “Wild Is the Wind” by Carl Phillips....