English Instructor Recognized by The Missouri Review for Audio Essay

Rachel Ann Brickner

Rachel Ann Brickner, part-time instructor in the Department of English in the Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences, was recognized by The Missouri Review for its 12th annual Miller Audio Prize for her audio essay, “How to Survive a Fire.”

The Miller Audio Prize recognizes work in four genres: poetry, prose, humor and audio documentaries. 

In addition to teaching in the English department, Brickner is a Pitt alumna: She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English language and literature in 2009 and her Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing in 2018.