Rachel Rosenberg is a freelance writer and editor, and not-so-freelance library technician. 

In the very recent past, she fought in Broken Pencil magazine’s Deathmatch 2017, coming in 3rd place (out of 16!) for her story “I Want You Around: True Tales of A Relationship in Ten Ramones Songs”.

Previously, she has been published in Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul 2, Best Lesbian Romance 2008, and was featured on the second season of CBC Radio’s Grownups Read Things They Wrote As Kids. She was also Editor-in-Chief and then later a contributing writer for the Montreal-based news and events website YUL.Buzz, where she copyedited and assigned content.

Her story “Shut It Down” was published last year in Little Fiction, Big Truth‘s anthology Re/Coded (available for purchase here).

Rachel has a B.A. in Creative Writing from Concordia University and a Library Technician diploma from Langara College. She types very fast. These days she works at Richmond Public Library and writes book reviews for the Richmond News paper.

Rachel’s interests include film, travel, literature and music.  Occasionally she enjoys a sassy cross-stitch. Currently she resides in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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