Rebecca Kaiser Gibson teaches poetry at Tufts University. Her poetry has appeared in Northwest Review, The Boston Review, Field, Agni, The Boston Phoenix, Antigonish, Mothering Magazine and Verse Daily. She has poetry forthcoming in Margie and the Harvard Review, as well an in anthology, (Cadence of Hooves.) Admit the Peacock and Inside The Exhibition, are her two recently published chapbooks.

She's written poetry reviews for Pleiades and The Boston Book Review, and holds an MA in Creative Writing, Poetry from BU as well as an MAT in teaching theatre from Columbia University Teachers College, and an MA in directing from the University of Pittsburgh. She's been a colonist at the MacDowell Colony and writer in residence at The Heinrich Böll Cottage in Ireland.

Gibson has given readings at Newton, North Cambridge and Somerville public libraries as well as at the Bay State Corrections Facility, the Second Friday Club. and the Poetry Festival, Readers' Books, Sonoma, California. She was a featured reader for Radio for the Blind, The Porter Square Book Store, Borders' Books (downtown Boston) and the Brookline Booksmith poetry series. She was interviewed on Poet to Poet, (SAT, Somerville Access TV.). .

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