On these pages, you'll find details about Christine's book, anthologies, upcoming events, poem, video & audio links, and contact information.
Christine Rhein, a prize-winning poet and a former auto engineer, is the author of Wild Flight, (Texas Tech University Press). Her poems have appeared in many literary journals including The Gettysburg Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, and The Southern Review and have been selected for Poetry Daily, Verse Daily, Best New Poets, and The Best American Nonrequired Reading. Wild Flight can be ordered from Texas Tech University Press, Amazon.com, from the author, and through independent bookstores across the country.
Poet, Speaker, Teacher
Winner of the Walt McDonald First-Book Prize in Poetry
Available in hardcover & paperback editions, Wild Flight
soars across extensive terrain, from the working world of Detroit to American suburbia and pop culture, from the European landscape of WWII to wartime Iraq. Christine Rhein opens her personal world to the world at large. Her poems explore human relationships, the historical and social, the scientific and humorous. (Links to reviews on the "Book News" page.)
Click Here for audio of "Pandemic Playground" at Michigan Quarterly Review, Fall 2022 Issue. "In Detroit, What Counts as Grace" is at Rattle.