Rachel Mabe is a writer and reporter. She is at work on a book about the existential agonies of growing up female in America. She currently holds a research assistantship at the University of Pittsburgh, but has spent most of her time there teaching writing–creative nonfiction, composition, and business writing. She has a master’s degree in folklore from the University of North Carolina and a bachelor’s degree in English and poetry from Bryn Mawr College. See the writing page to read her work.
Listen to her read “Least Favored Animals: On Confronting Death, in the Road and Elsewhere,” on the In Brackets radio show and podcast.