Rachel Landrum Crumble lives in Chattanooga, TN with her jazz drummer husband and youngest son. She has been published in Southern Poetry Review, Louisville Review, Saint Katherine Review, Sanskrit, Rio Grande Review, Stickman Review, Reed Magazine and elsewhere. Rachel was a finalist for the Editor's poetry prize at the Porterhouse Review and a finalist in Blue Light Press's Poetry prize in 2018 for her first poetry manuscript Sister Sorrow. She has taught kindergarten through college and is an Inclusion teacher at Ridgeland H.S. in Rossville, GA. She holds an MFA from Vermont College.