Translation, Fred & Edith Herman Memorial Prize, Academy of American Poets
Many to Remember, Harvard Review Online
New Mexico Lightning, Southwestern American Literature, Volume 45 / Fall 2019
Burial, The Raw Art Review
Reflection Over Winter, Levee Magazine
Prophetess & Archive’s Tales I, Good Works Review 2019
New Mexico Lightning, 2019 Sean T. Lannan Poetry Prize, poets.org
At these limits, Kalliope
(Flush Inspired) & Behind the Brush, Western Humanities Review
Kaufman, Rachel. “How does a story break?” Review of Tom Haviv’s A Flag of No Nation. Diagram 22.4.
Kaufman, Rachel. “Review of Nathaniel Tarn’s Atlantis, an Autoanthropology.” Restless Messengers: Poetry in Review, 2022.
Kaufman, Rachel. “Review of Michael Heller’s Within the Inscribed: Selected Prose and Conversations.” Restless Messengers: Poetry in Review, 2021.
UCLA Alan D. Leve Center for Jewish Studies, December 2021, Book Talk with Prof. Dalia Kandiyoti
American Jewish Historical Society, October 2021, “Translating History through Poetry”
People & Places Lecture Series, University of New Mexico, August 2021, “Translating History through Poetry: The Mexican Inquisition & Crypto-Jewish Memory“
Yale Student Poets Reading, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, 2018 & 2019
Connecticut Poetry Circuit, Yale College winner, spring 2019
Guest Poet, Yale University Art Gallery, Gallery+ 2018
Fred and Edith Herman Memorial Prize, Academy of American Poets
JuxtaProse 2020 Chapbook Poetry Prize for collection, And after the fire
Poetry manuscript, Many to Remember, selected as a Finalist in the Hudson Poetry Prize of Black Lawrence Press
Sean T. Lannan Poetry Prize, Academy of American Poets
Yale Gordon Barber Memorial Prize for thesis poetry collection, Many to Remember