Zack Rogow: Poet, Playwright, Translator, Educator
Zack Rogow is the author, editor, or translator of twenty books or plays. His most recent book of poems, Irreverent Litanies, was published by Regal House. Rogow’s other books of poetry include Talking with the Radio: poems inspired by jazz and popular music. His play Colette Uncensored (coauthored with Lorri Holt) had its first public reading at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC; was performed at The Marsh in San Francisco/Berkeley, and in London at the Canal Café Theatre. His most recent book of translations is Bérénice 1934–44: An Actress in Occupied Paris, by Isabelle Stibbe. Rogow is the editor of an anthology of poetry of the U.S.A., The Face of Poetry, from University of California Press. He has taught in several MFA creative writing programs, and serves as a contributing editor of Catamaran Literary Reader.
Zack is available for creative writing manuscript critiques. For further information and rates, please contact him at
zrogow AT berkeley DOT edu