Rachel Kincaid

Applied Hauntology

Drawing on concepts laid out in work like that of Avery Gordon and Mark Fisher, this class will facilitate writing that makes space for the past to become visible in the present. We'll explore the recurring themes that insist on making themselves repeatedly known in our communities and our lives, and experiment with repetition as a method of engagement with the persistence of our individual and collective pasts in both form and content.


One-on-One Consultation

I'm happy to be able to take on a limited number of clients looking for a partner in their creative projects. This consultation can be used to talk through challenges and possibilities of a particular project or text, or to get an experienced perspective on creative process, writing practice, and the mounting challenges of finding time and energy for creative work during the fall of an empire.