In third person:
Rachel Ronquillo Gray was born and raised in rural Nevada. She holds an MFA from Indiana University and a BA from Whitworth University. Her work is forthcoming or appears in Winter Tangerine Review, As/Us, Radar Poetry, Lantern Review, CURA: A Literary Magazine of Art and Action, the anthology Walang Hiya…Literature Taking Risks Toward Liberatory Practice and other places. A Kundiman fellow, she lives, writes and works for reproductive justice in Bloomington, Indiana.
In first person:
I’m a poet and a writer. I read anything and everything, from “literary” fiction to romance novels, from poetry to YA fiction. I love music and listen to everything. Nu goth to ’90s club bangers, Miles Davis to ‘N Sync, though I tend to gravitate toward ’80s/indie dance pop. I’m not a music/lit snob, meaning I refuse to make anyone feel bad about liking what they like (unless it’s the Bee Gees). (Just kidding.) I’m a big St. Louis Cardinals fan. I like cute shit.