Contributors / September 2012 (Issue 18)

Kate Rogers
ImageOriginally from Toronto, Kate Rogers considers herself a citizen of the world. She has lived in Asia and has taught literature and language at college and university level there for 12 years. During that time, her poetry has appeared in anthologies and literary magazines in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, the U.S. and the UK including Canadian Woman Studies, Descant, Cha, Asia Literary Review, Crave it Anthology, The New Quarterly, The Mad Woman in the Academy Anthology, Contemporary Verse 2, The New Quarterly, the We Who Can Fly Anthology (Tributes to Adele Wiseman) and dimsum. Her most recent poetry collection is City of Stairs (Haven Books 2012). She is co-editor of the women's poetry anthology, Not A Muse (Haven Books, 2009), with Viki Holmes. Her first poetry collection, Painting the Borrowed House (Proverse Hong Kong), appeared in 2008. Rogers's collection of essays about conservation and bird watching in Taiwan, The Swallows' Return, was published in a bilingual English and Chinese edition by the government of Taiwan in 2006. [Read] [Cha profile]

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