Rachel Mindell is a poet, teacher, and tech-groupie originally from Tucson. She manages Submitter-side engagement at Submittable and works as a Writing the Community Resident for the UA Poetry Center. She holds an MFA in Poetry and an MA in Literature from the University of Montana (poems on addiction, spice, paranormals; lit thesis entitled 'What is a Hole Made of,' regarding queerness and melancholy in Anne Carson). She is the author of two chapbooks: Like a Teardrop and a Bullet (Dancing Girl Press) and rib and instep: honey (above/ground). Individual poems have appeared (or will) in Pool, DIAGRAM, Tammy, Frontier, Bombay Gin, BOAAT, Forklift, Ohio, The Journal, Sundog Lit, and elsewhere.