Meg Rains is a graduate of the Vermont College MFA Program for Writers. Her work has most recently appeared in Arts & Letters Journal of Contemporary Culture. Originally from Arkansas, she lives in Chicago and works in arts administration.
Meg Rains’ “Moveable Things,” “Criss-Cross,” “The Strongest Memory,” “The Way to Represent Night,” “On the Movement of Water,” “Prayer,” and “On the Unfortunate Bedspread” appear in Caketrain Issue 05.
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