Rainie Oet - Writer

Rainie Oet creates writing, translations, art, music, and games. They are Editor-in-Chief for Salt Hill, and an MFA candidate in Poetry at Syracuse University, where they were awarded the Shirley Jackson Prize in Fiction.

[photo by Ariel Chu]


books

Glorious Veils of Diane
Carnegie Mellon University Press, forthcoming

Porcupine in Freefall
Bright Hill Press Poetry Prize Winner, forthcoming

Inside Ball Lightning
Southeast Missouri University Press, forthcoming

chapbooks

My Lost Tongue
San Gabriel Valley Literary Festival, 2013

Variations
Red Ochre Press, 2012

Peeling the Apple
NightBallet Press, 2012

Metamorphosis
Kattywompus Press, 2012

No Mark Spiral
CutBank Books, 2018

With Porcupine
Ruby Irene Prize Winner, Arcadia Press, 2016

My Maze
Self-published/illustrated, 2014

Nightshirt
Finishing Line Press, 2013

 

publications (abridged)

The Adroit Journal, 2012 and 2014

Bat City Review, 2019 (translation)

Bennington Review, 2019

Big Muddy, 2019

Blackbird, 2019 (translation)

Colorado Review, 2017

The Collagist, 2019

Cosmonauts Avenue2018

Cream City Review, 2013

Driftwood Press, 2019 (1) and 2019 (2)

The Forge Literary Magazine, 2019

Fugue, 2013

Harpur Palate, 2013

Hayden's Ferry Review, 2018

Hobart, 2018 (1) and 2018 (2)

Indiana Review, 2019

Jet Fuel Review, 2012

The Journal, 2019

jubilat, 2019

Juked, 2013

Michigan Quarterly Review, 2019 (translation)

Mid-American Review, 2019

Minnesota Review, 2019

The Monarch Review, 2013

Muzzle Magazine, 2012

Nashville Review, 2018 (translation)

The Offing, 2019 (translation)

Outlook Springs, 2019

Palette Poetry, 2019

Phoebe, 2019

The Poetry Review (UK), 2016 (1) and 2018 (2)

Press 53 (Flash Fiction Contest Winner), 2018

Radar Poetry, 2019

Redivider, 2013

RHINO Poetry, 2019 (1: translation) and 2019 (2)

Ruminate, 2018

Shenandoah, 2019

So to Speak, 2012

Sugar House Review, 2012

Superstition Review, 2011

Storm Cellar, 2019

Sycamore Review, 2018

Waxwing, 2018 (translation)

Wigleaf, 2019

The Yale Review, 2018

Yemassee, 2011