Two books Kate St. Vincent Vogl co-authored will soon be released. Lady Ref: Making Calls in a Man’s World recounts Shannon Eastin’s journey to become the NFL’s first female official. This September, look for this memoir at your favorite bookstore or wherever books by Rowman & Littlefieldare sold. In addition, Kate has finished the research and writing begun by the late Linda Back McKay for Iron Horse Cowgirls: Louise Scherbyn and the Women Motorcyclists of the 1930s and 1940s. More details to follow on this one forthcoming from McFarland this fall.
Vogl is best known for writing Lost & Found: A Memoir of Mothers. National ABC news featured her story, and The Akron Beacon Journal named it among the best of the year. Her work appears in Prairie Schooner and can be found in the best-selling anthologies Listen to Your Mother and Why We Ride. Her fiction has received a Minnesota State Arts Board grant and a residency at the Anderson Center. She graduated from Cornell University cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School, and from the Creative Writing Program at Hamline.