Kate St. Vincent Vogl is the author of Lost & Found: A Memoir of Mothers, named among the best of the year by the Akron Beacon Journal. She also co-wrote Iron Horse Cowgirls as well as Lady Ref, which was featured in USA Today. Her essays appear in best-selling anthologies like Why We Ride, and her fiction has received support from the Minnesota State Arts Board as well as from the Anderson Center. Vogl graduated from Cornell University cum laude, from the University of Michigan Law School, and from the Creative Writing Program at Hamline.
Praise for Lady Ref “A remarkable book.” --USA Today
Praise for Iron Horse Cowgirls —the book Kate finished researching and writing for Linda Back McKay (1947-2019) “Brilliant… This is one book I look forward to reading again.” –Cristine Sommer Simmons, three time motorcycle hall of fame inductee and author,The American Motorcycle Girls 1900-1950 “Engrossing… poignant and multi-dimensional.” –International Journal of Motorcycle Studies “Brimming with amazing photographs and a captivating history.” –Amy C. Sullivan, PhD, Macalester College “Kate St. Vincent Vogl roars across the page bringing news of the first women stunt riders with excitement and panache. This trailblazing, down-home history is a tour de force. Don't miss the show.” –Elizabeth Cobbs, author of Fearless Women: Feminist Patriots from Abigail Adams to Beyoncé