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Rachael Guynn Wilson

Visiting Assistant Professor

Rachael Guynn Wilson smiles at the camera, a room full of people is seen in the background.

Rachael Guynn Wilson is a writer, editor, and teacher living in Brooklyn. Her critical and poetic work has appeared in 16 Poems for Philip Guston by Clark Coolidge (Container Corps), A propósito de nada / Apropos of Nothing (Aeromoto + Wendy’s Subway), apricota (Secretary Press), BathHouse Journal, Brooklyn Rail, The Distance Plan, Evening Will Come (The Volta), Hyperallergic, Jacket2, Kenyon Review Online, Matters of Feminist Practice (Belladonna* Series), Ritual and Capital (Bard + Wendy’s Subway), Vestiges, and elsewhere. She is a co-founder of the Organism for Poetic Research, a member of Belladonna* Collaborative, and Managing Editor at Litmus Press. She holds a Ph.D. in English from New York University and teaches at Pratt Institute in the First Year Architecture Writing Program.

PhD, 2016, English, New York University

16 Poems for Philip Guston by Clark Coolidge (Container Corps, 2022)–clark-coolidge/

Matters of Feminist Practice (Belladonna* Series, 2020)

Review of Anna Gurton-Wachter’s Utopia Pipe Dream Memory (Chicago Review, 2021)

Critical Vagrancy: On Reading with Elaine Freedgood (Victorian Literature and Culture, 2019)

A Poetry of Attention: On Crosslight for Youngbird by Asiya Wadud (Kenyon Review Online, 2018)

Collocations on the Plane: Clark Coolidge and Philip Guston’s Poem-Pictures (Textual Practice, 2018)

Executive Orders, v. 2 (Organism for Poetic Research & the Operating System, 2018)

Reinventing Provisional Painting as Impure Abstraction Out of Bounds (Most Perfect World, 2015)

Clark Coolidge’s Cave Art (Jacket2, 2015)