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RACHEL A.G. GILMAN

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Creator/Editor-in-Chief

Rachel's work has been published and awarded in various literary journals including Adelaide Literary, Minetta Review, and the Gallatin Review. She is a columnist for Popdust and has contributed to TV Guide Magazine and TV Insider. She was the General Manager of WNYU-FM where she hosted the award-winning talk show, "The Write Stuff." Originally from New York's Hudson Valley, she holds a B.A. in Individualized Study from NYU's Gallatin School. She is pursuing a Mst in Creative Writing at the University of Oxford, Kellogg College and a MFA in Creative Nonfiction at Columbia University School of Arts. Visit rachelaggilman.com for more.

16 Jul 2019

In our column Bookworm Beat, read about some of our favorite books written by women and non-binary authors...

“I realized that my clothing, all clothing, is a statement whether we know we are making it or not.”

Everyone seems to love a good feud, especially when it...

9 Jul 2019

In our column Bookworm Beat, read about some of our favorite books written by women and non-binary authors...

“I was able to tell a different story and show the impact that Helen Gurley Brown had on the life of a young woman, new to the city and all that a place li...

2 Jul 2019

In our column Bookworm Beat, read about some of our favorite books written by women and non-binary authors...

"Books were always a bridge between me and the outside world."

Seventeen year-old Palestinian Isra fell in love with books but was forced to marry and refoc...

25 Jun 2019

In our column Bookworm Beat, read about some of our favorite books written by women and non-binary authors...

"It was a chance meeting on a cycling holiday on the Mayo Greenway in 2014 in the west of Ireland."

It is the bar in the lobby of a large hotel located in a...

27 Mar 2019

In our column Bookworm Beat, read about some of our favorite books written by women and non-binary authors...

"I wanted to go beyond what happens when a character’s resolved everything and we close the book."

Queenie is 25 and living in London, trying to navigate he...

19 Mar 2019

In our column Bookworm Beat, read about some of our favorite books written by women and non-binary authors...

"I loved the idea of a totally normal suburban couple having this horrible hobby."

There are always suggestions on how two people can spice up their love li...

5 Mar 2019

In our column Bookworm Beat, read about some of our favorite books written by women and non-binary authors...

"You need to completely go for it with no abandon; don’t try to write to correlate with book trends or to engineer something you think will fit what people...

26 Feb 2019

In our column Bookworm Beat, read about some of our favorite books written by women and non-binary authors...

"In my work, I’m trying to get to the truth of emotions and relationships, even if that means slicing through skin, muscles, and tendons to get to the bone...

19 Feb 2019

In our column Bookworm Beat, read about some of our favorite books written by women and non-binary authors...​ 

"Writing was a way to pour out my thoughts and observations without have to look my audience in the eye. I am far more honest on the page than I cou...

12 Feb 2019

In our column Bookworm Beat, read about some of our favorite books written by women and non-binary authors...

"I was writing about that time, I wasn't living in it anymore. That conversation helped unlock so much"

By the age of thirty, the average person has spent a...

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