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Rachel Paige King Published in Next Avenue

by Writing Workshops Staff

A week ago


Rachel Paige King Published in Next Avenue

by Writing Workshops Staff

A week ago


Workshop alum Rachel Paige King was recently published in Next Avenue and you can read her piece, "For My Mother and Me, Cooking was Complicated", here. This is an essay Rachel worked on in a mentorship with Chloe Caldwell.

Rachel s a longtime freelance writer. Her work has appeared in The AtlanticSlateSalonLongreads, and many other publications. We're excited for you, Rachel, and thrilled to read more of your work!

Find out more about Rachel and her work below:

Describe your work (influences, interests, etc.) and what you're working on now.

My background is in journalism and criticism; I've trying to write more in the first-person.

What are your short term (1 year) and long term writing goals (5 years from now)? 

I have a lot of half-finished essays on my hard drive. I'd like to finish and publish them in the next year. In the long term, I want to finish and publish the book-length manuscript I've been working on.

What class(es) did you take/are you taking with Writing Workshops?

Chloe Caldwell's classes, most notably her mentorship (highly recommended!); Also Amber Sparks' one-day class on revision (which I loved)

What did you enjoy most about your class(es) with Writing Workshops? 

I came a way with the tools I needed to revise and submit my work.

Lear more about Rachel and her work here.