Rachel Nagelberg

RachelNagelbergBioPhotoRachel Nagelberg writes fiction that investigates the boundaries between art, technology, terrorism, and romantic love. Constantly floundering between the spiritual and the nihilistic, Rachel’s prose often experiments with form and appropriation, while still utilizing a formalist texture and tone. She has works published in Specs Journal of Arts and Culture, Up the Staircase Quarterly, Pif Magazine, and Collision Literary Magazine, and is the illustrator of a children’s book entitled I Remember Mommy’s Smile by Dina Baker. A native of Philadelphia, Rachel now lives in San Francisco, where she is the Web Content Manager and Senior Staff Writer for the O+ Festival Bay Area, a growing national nonprofit arts organization in the Bay Area, and is currently at work on a novel.