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Rage Hezekiah

Years: 2017, 2018


Rage Hezekiah is a New England based poet and educator, who earned her MFA from Emerson College. She has received fellowships from Cave Canem and The MacDowell Colony, and is the recipient of the Saint Botolph Foundation's Emerging Artists Award. Her poems have been anthologized, co-translated, and published internationally.   Rage's poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Amethyst Arsenic, The Aurorean, Banshee, Blue Lyra Review, Caesura, The Cape Rock, Chicago Quarterly Review, Columbia Poetry Review, Fifth Wednesday, Fjords Review, Freshwater, Glassworks, Hayden's Ferry Review, Juanna Ficción, Nepantla, Off the Coast, Poetry East, The Portland Review, Rattle, Really System, Riding Light Review, the minnesota review, Mom Egg Review, Mud Season Review, Natural Bridge, Painted Bride Quarterly, Plainsongs, Poetry East, Salamander, The Shallow Ends, Tampa Review, West Branch and other journals. Her work has been anthologized in All We Can Hold: Poems of Motherhood, Other Tongues: Mixed Race Women Speak Out, and Wide Awake Every Week, as well as other publications. The recently published anthology, Nasty Women Poets: An Unapologetic Anthology of Subversive Verse also features one of her poems.     A Girl & Her Dog