04/24/2017: American Purgatory reviewed in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Sunday edition
04/04/2017 The Millions selects American Purgatory as a top five book to buy for April.
4/3/2017: New interview with Courtney Balestier, WMFA Podcast.
04/02/2017: Rebecca named the James Still Writer-in-Residence at the Hindman Settlement School
04/01/2017: American Purgatory ranked top seller in March by Small Press Distribution
03/06/2017: "What Goes Around" published in The Baffler
03/04/2017: "Elegy at Terminal L" republished by Tongue
03/01/2017: The Courier-Journal selects American Purgatory as a must read book for March
02/15/2017: "The International House of Not Pancakes But Prayer"published in Grist's 10th anniversary edition
1/6/17: Hagar Before the Occupation, Hagar After the Occupation named one of 100 Recommended Books by Arab Women For Your 2017 Reading Resolutions by BookRiot.
1/1/2017: New long poem collected in The World is Charged: Poetic Engagements with Gerard Manley Hopkins. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
8/1/2016: New poem in Blood Orange Review. "What Doesn't Kill You."
7/16/2016: Rebecca receives The Al Smith Fellowship from the Kentucky Arts Council.
7/1/2016: Rebecca memorializes Ralph Stanley on Oxford American online."O, Death."
5/10/2016: Rebecca named Senior Editor of Oxford American.
5/1/2016: New poems in TLR. "Destroy All The Places," "I'm Covered In It Right Now."
4/16/2016: New poems collected in Hard Lines: Rough South Poetry. Charleston: USCP.
1/15/2016: "O Mercy Me" featured on Verse Daily.
1/15/2016: Rebecca is interviewed by Elilia Phillips for 32 Poems
1/1/2016: Rebecca receives the Artist Enrichment Fellowship from the Kentucky Foundation for Women.
6/17/2015: Rebecca guest blogs for the Poetry Foundation's Harriet Blog. "The Occasion of Poetry."
6/5/2015: Rebecca is named the 2015 writing fellow at the Carson McCullers House.
6/1/2015: Two new poems by Rebecca out in POETRY magazine. "Every Job Has A First Day" and "Something's Coming But Never Does."
6/1/2015: Rebecca contributes to the Poetry Foundation's reading list for the June issue.
6/1/2015: New poem by Rebecca in the Indiana Review. "Monologues Are For Women."
11/01/2014: Three new poems by Rebecca published in The New Farmer's Almanac. "Try To See No Evil." "Try To Hear No Evil."
"Try To Speak No Evil."
11/01/2014: Rebecca's poem "You Can't Tell The Truth" included in the first Guernica Annual.
6/23/2014: New poem by Rebecca published in The Prague Review. "Elegy at Terminal L."
6/9/2014: Rebecca announced as the new Poetry Editor for the Oxford American.
03/17/2014: New poem by Rebecca published in Guernica. "You Can't Tell The Truth."
Spring 2014: Five new poems by Rebecca published in the spring issue of the Oxford American. "No One Was Born Here." "Grackles, To Be Sure." "We're On A Need To Know Basis." "We Want What We've Been Given." "The Quick And The Dead."