- Rachel Heise Bolten has acted as intern, fact-checker, writer, and editor at multiple publications.
- She has a PhD in American Literature from Stanford.
Rachel Heise Bolten has held writing and editing positions at many publications. Beginning as an editorial intern at McSweeney's, Heise Bolten then continued building experience as an assistant editor at Narrative Magazine, and editor-in-chief at Greenlight magazine. She also was an editorial intern at the Nation, and an editorial assistant at Metropolitan books.
Heise Bolten has a PhD in American Literature from Stanford University.
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