Click the link to read Rebecca’s interview with Literary Arts as a part of the 2022 Oregon Literary Fellowship.
2022 Oregon Literary Fellow
Rebecca is thrilled to announce she is the recipient of a 2022 Oregon Literary Fellowship. This award comes at exactly the right time, and will enable Rebecca to pursue additional literary opportunities, and to devote more time to two projects: a chapbook manuscript that is near completion, and a full-length collection of poetry. She extends much gratitude to this year’s judges, and to all the folks at Literary Arts. Stay tuned for further event/media announcements related to the Fellowship!
Read Rebecca’s poem “REAPPROPRIATION SONNET” in jmww, or two poems published in The Boiler
Rebecca’s poem “SELF PORTRAIT FEATURING MIGRATORY BIRD TREATY ACT” appears on the front page of LEVELER this week.
A poem of Rebecca’s appears in the latest issue of Tinderbox Poetry Journal and an essay about her time working with rotisserie chickens is up at Columbia Journal online.
Poem in Lunch Ticket
Rebecca’s poem “ALTERNATE ENDING WITH BEACH HOUSE” appears in the latest issue of Lunch Ticket magazine.
Pushcart Nomination from Slice
Slice Literary has nominated Rebecca’s poem “On Produce Shift,” available in issue 19, for the 2017 Pushcart Prize.
Poetry Writing at the OCPL
On Tuesday, October 19th from 5:30-7 pm, Rebecca Bornstein will lead a Poetry Writing Workshop for teens and adults at the Oregon City Public Library.
Explore the ways you can express yourself through writing poetry. Poet Rebecca Bornstein will share some common poetic techniques and strategies, as well as lead some guided writing time. Please bring paper or a notebook and something to write with. Appropriate for teens and up.
Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016 5:30-7 pm
606 John Adams Street
Oregon City, Oregon 97045