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Kate Gale

Kate Gale
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Kate Gale has authored seven poetry collection, including The Loneliest Girl (Univ. of New Mexico Press, 2022), The Goldilocks Zone (Univ. of New Mexico Press, 2014), Echo Light (Red Mountain Press, 2014). She has written six librettos including Rio de Sangre, an opera composed by Don Davis, which premiered at the Florentine Opera in Milwaukee in 2010, and Paradises Lost, co-authored with Ursula K. LeGuin, composed by Stephen Andrew Taylor, and performed at the New York City Opera in 2006. Gale is managing editor of Red Hen Press which she co-founded with Mark E. Cull In 1994. She is editor of the Los Angeles Review, an annual print and online literary journal established in 2003. She teaches in the Low Residency MFA program in poetry at the University of Nebraska and speaks on independent publishing at schools around the US, including Columbia and the University of Southern California; and in England at Oxford University.


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