RACHEL DILLON
Dogtown Woods (c.1930)
POETRY
Asheville Poetry Review: "Biomimicry", "If You Lived Here, You'd be Home By Now" (2024)
Volume Poetry: "Rabbi Yits’hak Luria Spoke the Language of Birds, Trees, and Angels" (2024)
Solstice Literary Magazine: "Every Time I Sharpen the Knives" (2023)

Wyrd & Wyse: "Witch Song for the Trees" (2023)
The Other Cape: "COURAGE","IF WORK STOPS VALUES DECAY" (2022)
HOOT Review: "You & Fireworks in Reykjavik" (2021)
Binghamton Poetry Project Anthology: "Above the Parking Lot" (2021)
APIARY Magazine: "On the Oregon Coast" (2020)

BOOK REVIEWS & INTERVIEWS
The Adroit Journal: "A Conversation with Robert Pinsky" (2024)
Broadsided Press: "Mythic Witness in Gabrielle Calvocoressi's Rocket Fantastic" (2023)
Publishers Weekly: Various titles for BookLife Reviews (2020-2022)
HONORS & AWARDS
BINC Foundation Susan Kamil Scholarship for Emerging Writers (2024)
Bread Loaf Environmental Writers' Conference participant scholarship (2024)
Kenyon Review Summer Writers Workshop (2024)
Manchester Cathedral Poetry Contest highly commended, judged by Tom Branfoot (2023)
Stephen Dunn Poetry Prize finalist, judged by A. Van Jordan (2023)
Robert Pinsky Global Fellowship (2023)
Academy of American Poets University Prize honorable mention, judged by Isabel Galleymore (2023)
Yakas Prize for Achievement in Creative Writing, Brandeis University (2017)
David A. Litwak Endowed Scholarship, Brandeis University (2015, 2016)
World of Work Fellowship, Brandeis University  (2015)
Andrew Grossbardt Memorial Prize in Poetry, Brandeis University  (2015)
Prague Summer Program for Writers Fellowship (2014)
READINGS 
Boston Voices: An Evening of Poetry and Connection with The Napkin Poetry Review, LaiSun Keane Gallery (2024)
International Women's Day Reading with the Gloucester Writers' Center, Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church (2024)
The Grolier Poetry Book Shop with the Boston University MFA Class of 2023 (2023)
An Excerpt from Dogtown and Other Homes with artist Julia McGehean, Boston University (2023)
I-4 Conference at the Maxine Greene Institute, Manhattan College (2019)