Kate Gale

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Kate Gale

Kate Gale is an American author, poet, librettist, and independent publisher.

Awards[change | change source]

  • Allen Ginsberg Poetry Award
  • Claremont Graduate University Fellowship
  • Mitchell Lathrop Fellowship
  • Red Mountain Press Editor's Award [1]

Bibliography[change | change source]

  • Echo Light (Red Mountain Press, 2014)
  • Goldilocks Zone (University of New Mexico Press, 2014)
  • The Crucifix is Down (Red Hen Press, 2005) (ed.)
  • Mating Season (Tupelo Press, 2004)
  • Fake-City Syndrome (Red Hen Press, 2002) (ed.)
  • Lake of Fire (Winter Street Press, 2000)
  • Blue Cathedral (Red Hen Press, 2000) (ed.)
  • Fishers of Men (Red Hen Press, 2000)
  • African Sleeping Beauty (Blue Beginnings Publishing, 2000)
  • Selling the Hammock (Red Hen Press, 1998)
  • Anyone is Possible (Red Hen Press, 1997) (ed.)
  • Where Crows and Men Collide (Red Hen Press, 1995)
  • Water Moccasins (Title Wave Press, 1994)
  • Blue Air (Garden Street Press, 1993)

Librettos[change | change source]

  • Rio de Sangre with composer Don Davis
  • Paradises Lost with Ursula K. Le Guin and composer Stephen Andrew Taylor[1]
  • Kindred adapted from the novel by Octavia Butler with composer Billy Childs
  • Inner Circle adapted from the novel by T. C. Boyle with composer Daniel Felsenfeld
  • Che Guevara with composer Andrew Bayola
  • Ravi's Dream with composer Michael Roth
  • Gargoyles with composer Julia Adolphe

References[change | change source]

  1. Axelrod, Jeremy. "Phantoms of the Opera". Poetry Foundation. Retrieved February 2, 2017.

Other websites[change | change source]