About H.K. Rainey

H.K. Rainey received her Master of Fine Arts at Mills College in Oakland, California, where she was a two-time poetry editor of the literary journal 580 Split. Her first full-length book of poetry, Memory House, was released in December of 2010. She is a founding member of the literary group 9st (Ninest), along with Paul Corman-Roberts [Coming World, Gone World & (neo)commuter] and Youssef Alaoui [The Blue Demon]. Her work has appeared in Jacket Magazine, the Sand Canyon Review, deadpaper, BangOutSF, the Walrus, sPARKLE & bLINK, the New College Review (Tuscaloosa), Corium Magazine, Rusty Truck, Cider Press Review, The Adirondack Review and the anthologies Word Trips: Poems from the First Coast (Hidden Owl Books) and So Speak Up! (Oakland, 2010). She is also a guest blogger for Kelsey Street Press, one of the oldest surviving presses in Berkeley, California, specializing in books by women.  She has appeared in several reading series including Acker’s Dangerous Daughters, the Bang Out Reading Series, Contingency, Works in Progress, Quiet Lightning, Bitchez Brew, Lyrics & Dirges, San Francisco’s LitCrawl and Oakland’s BeastCrawl.  She is executive producer and co-curator of the Anger Management Reading Series in San Francisco.

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