Kate Martin Rowe

Kate Martin Rowe’s poems and nonfiction have appeared in Brevity, Hotel Amerika, Askew, Zyzzyva, VOLT, Beloit Poetry Journal, Angel City Review, Chaparral and The Denver Quarterly, among others. She teaches writing at Glendale Community College and California State University Northridge.


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M Is for Mother

Kate Martin Rowe reads Kim Adrian's glossary-memoir of her mother's mental illness, "The Twenty-Seventh Letter of the Alphabet."...

M Is for Mother
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