Rachel Mennies is a professional writer for eight hours a day and a poet for the other sixteen. She lives and works in Pittsburgh. You can reach Rachel at rachel.mennies[at]theinclusive.net, or at http://www.rachelmennies.com.

Covering Up

Covering Up

A PSU grad's reaction to the Sandusky situation in Happy Valley

Accepting The Beautiful

Accepting The Beautiful

Could the next generation of publishing spread poetry?

Ghost

Ghost

Invisible writing

Covering Up

Covering Up

A recent Penn State graduate retraces the steps

David and Goliath and Goliath, Revisited

David and Goliath and Goliath, Revisited

Amazon alternatives and why they deserve your business

The Poet Laureate & “What Work Is”

The Poet Laureate & “What Work Is”

America’s “highest” poet on work and writing

Covering Up

Covering Up

A recent Penn State graduate retraces the steps

The Manuscript

The Manuscript

Taking from yourself to add to it

Accepting The Beautiful

Accepting The Beautiful

Could the next generation of publishing spread poetry?

The Single

The Single

Will Kindle do to poetry what the iPod did to music?

The Door

The Door

The universal sharing of grief

Touching

Touching

Notes Toward the Reader/e-Reader Relationship