Kate St. Vincent Vogl
Kate St. Vincent Vogl is the author of Lost & Found: A Memoir of Mothers. National ABC news has featured her story, and The Akron Beacon Journal named it among the best of the year. Her essays appear in best-selling anthologies such as Listen to Your Mother and Why We Ride. She has received a Minnesota State Arts Board grant for her fiction and was honored with a residency at the Anderson Center. Excerpts from that work-in-progress appear in Bellingham Review and were included among the finalists for the New Letters Prize. Vogl graduated from Cornell University cum laude, and she received her J.D. from the University of Michigan and her M.F.A from Hamline. Named an Outstanding Girl Scout Leader and honored as Distinguished Faculty for her college instruction, she enjoys teaching students nine to ninety. Visit www.katevogl.com.