Eric holds a B.A. in English Literature and Humanities from Washington College and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He has published poems, essays, and criticism in numerous magazines and has been awarded a SASE/Jerome Fellowship for his writing. As the editor of Rain Taxi Review of Books, he is responsible for the voice and style that has brought the magazine widespread acclaim. Lorberer also is the director of the Twin Cities Book Festival, has served as a panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts, and speaks at conferences and literary festivals around the country as an advocate for independent publishing and literary culture.
Kelly graduated from the University of Denver with dual degrees in Mass Communications and English. She earned her M.F.A. from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, in Poetry. She is the author of Strappado for the Devil, a chapbook published by Etherdome Press. Kelly is the Art Director/Business Manager for Rain Taxi and, as such, is responsible for the design and layout of the magazine, chapbooks, and promotional materials, as well as the day-to-day business operations.
Jeremiah graduated from Carleton College with a BA in English. His literary interests include contemporary queer writing, the history of the novel, genre-bending, and anything by Zadie Smith. His own writing has appeared in publications both here and abroad.
Many other people help keep the Rain Taxi enterprise afloat: board members, reviewers, proofreaders, copyeditors, interns, our Twin Cities Book Festival staff, and dozens of volunteers who help do what needs to be done. To them we offer our deepest thanks.
Thanks to the service and diligence of board members, Rain Taxi—a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting interest in contemporary literature—has stayed above water during mighty tough times.
Current Board Members
Jill A. Bresnahan
Paul Von Drasek
Rain Taxi wouldn't be Rain Taxi without the passion of the people who write for it. Over 500 writers have contributed reviews, essays, interviews and features to the pages of Rain Taxi since our first issue appeared in 1996. We are especially pleased to publish work by a range of people, from first-time writers to established authors. Find out about becoming a Rain Taxi reviewer.
Rain Taxi is currently supported in part by grants from the McKnight Foundation, the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts, Target, and various other foundations. We thank them all for their support!
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