Rachael Guynn Wilson

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essays, reviews, poetry


sample syllabi & course materials


editorial & design work

in-between things

everything else


“Feminist Bookstore News & The Post-Apollo Press.” Litmus Press Blog. July 16, 2022.

“’that we must dream to see’: an afterword.” 16 Poems for Philip Guston by Clark Coolidge. Edited by Rachael Guynn Wilson. Portland, OR: Container Corps + OPR, 2022. 

“conflict, montage, hesitation.” Matters of Feminist Practice vol. 1. Feb. 2020.

“Critical Vagrancy: On Reading with Elaine Freedgood.” Victorian Literature and Culture 47.3. Fall 2019.

Levitsky, Rachel, James Loop, and Rachael Guynn Wilson. "Radical Feminist Poetics: Belladonna* at Twenty Years." philoSOPHIA 9, no. 2 (2019): 119-127.

“Collocations on the Plane: Clark Coolidge and Philip Guston’s Poem-Pictures.” Textual Practice 32.8 (2018): 1425-1450.

“Fifteen Theses on ‘Fifteen Theses on Contemporary Art’.” A propósito de nada / Apropos of nothing. New York and Mexico D.F.: Aeromoto and Wendy’s Subway, 2018. 173-187.

“This Can Teach You Nothing: On Losing in Emerson and Maggie Nelson.” The Art of Losing. Spec. issue of The Volta - Evening Will Come: A Monthly Journal of Poetics, no. 58. Oct. 2015.

“Clark Coolidge’s Cave Art.” Jacket2. Oct. 30, 2015.

“without measure: the indispensible time of feminism.” Re: Theory, a Sunday. Brooklyn: Organism for Poetic Research, 2014.

“Field Trip: The Plants of Virgil's Georgics.” Reanimation Library: Word Processor. Dec. 19, 2013. 

    Book Reviews

“On ‘Velocity But No Location’ by Rosmarie Waldrop.” e-flux. March 9, 2022.

“Pipe Dream Songs: Review of Anna Gurton-Wachter’s Utopia Pipe Dream Memory.” Chicago Review 64:01/02/03 (Summer 2021): 331-335.

“The New Cinema: Review of Jennifer Firestone’s Story. The Brooklyn Rail. March 2020.

“A Poetry of Attention: Review of Asiya Wadud’s Crosslight for Youngbird.” The Kenyon Review. April 2019.

“Book Review: The Eyelash and the Monochrome.” Hyperallergic. March 2, 2019.

“Two Poetry Chapbooks from DoubleCross Press.” Cleaver. April 24, 2018.

    Art Writing

“'Jack... Jack... Jack...': Jack Goldstein x 10,000 at the Jewish Museum.” Brooklyn Rail. July-Aug. 2013: 59.

“Abstraction's Possible Histories,” blog post for Most Perfect World featured on Painters’ Table. Aug. 14, 2013. 


“Today, I observed soft serve.” Big Fish, ed. Sparrow, 2021.

“Afternoon Ecology” and “You’ve Got to Take Your Parasympathetic Nervous System for a Walk.” The Ecology of Poetry: a workshop publication, May 2020.

from The Days. Belladonna* broadside, 2020.  

Fragments from Intervallics. Vestiges 05. Black Sun Lit, July 2020.

Text from Rachael Wilson, Saturday 2:38pm.” Prevailing Conditions/ Re: Tell me about your weather?, ed. MC Hyland, 2020.

“Directions.” Ritual and Capital. Bard Graduate Center & Wendy’s Subway, 2020.

“To each campfire as it fills.” The Distance Plan, issue 5: Charismatic Facts, 2016.

from Holiday and “Sequence B.” BathHouse Journal, issue 19, ed. Austin Bragdon. 2019.

“Q&A,” Pain Perdu,” “American Sonnet,” and “Oracles.” Belladonna chaplet #228: Out-of-Office. Brooklyn: Belladonna*, 2018.

“Catastrophe” and “Gorky.” apricota. New York: New Draft Collective and Secretary Press, 2018.

“Hope This Note Finds You Well.” Argos Calendar, 2018.

“The Waders.” Pelt, vol. 4. Brooklyn: Organism for Poetic Research, 2017.

“School of Athens,” “Catastrophe,” “Spleen,” and “Codes.” Elderly, no. 23: Deep Blue Nothing, Aug. 2017.

“Movement as Sounding.” Bloowst windku, ed. Rebecca Davis, 2015.

“#FF0000.” Web Safe 2k16, eds. Joe Bernardi, Josephine Livingstone, and Ben Sisko. 21 March 2016.

“Intergalacticker.” Free Spirit News #5 The Future Issue, 2015.

“Experiment A from Lithographs.” Pelt, vol. 2. Brooklyn: Organism for Poetic Research, 2013.

“After-words.” Pelt, vol. 1. Brooklyn: Organism for Poetic Research, 2012.


A Family Recipe & other sundries. Brooklyn: UnPress, 2022.

54 Books by Lola & Rachael, co-authored with Lola Milholland. Brooklyn, 2021.

Executive Orders, vol. 1., edited with Andrew Gorin and MC Hyland. Brooklyn: Organism for Poetic Research, 2017.


Most Perfect World. Co-authored with Garth Swanson, 2012 - 2015.

Hebdomeros7: A Critical Contextual Project, 2012.


“Singular Collaborations: Figures of Disjunction in Verbal-Visual Poetics.” Ph.D. Diss. New York University, May 2016.

Brooklyn, NY