Rachel Trignano’s poetry, fiction, and essays have been featured in NPR affiliate WABE’s Storytellers and City Lights series, poet Saul Williams’s Chorus: A Literary Mixtape, and the City of Atlanta’s Elevate public art program. Since 2010, Rachel has been performing her work in Atlanta and Denver, and is published in the Loose Change Literary Magazine anthology The Best of Loose Change, Write Club Atlanta’s Tender Bloodsport Vol. 1, and numerous other print and digital publications, including What the Hell Have I Done?, her travelogue about driving aimlessly around the United States. She produces and occasionally performs in Write Club Denver, a competitive literary series that raises money for charity. Through her work, Rachel tries to use truth and humor to relate to the reader about the joy and horror living human life can bring.