Rachael M. Wilson is a writer and a Ph.D candidate in English at New York University, where she studies postwar poetry and collaborative works by writers and visual artists. She is an editor and co-founder at the Organism for Poetic Research, and she co-authors an occasional arts blog, Most Perfect World. Her writing has appeared most recently in Free Spirit News, the Reanimation Library’s “Word Processor” series and Brooklyn Rail. She has recently collaborated on projects with Aeromoto and Wendy’s Subway for the A + WS Reading Room at NADA New York and with choreographer Rebecca Davis on the publication Bloowst windku. An article on the speleo-poetics of Clark Coolidge is forthcoming in Jacket2.