Kate St. Vincent Vogl

Minnesota, United States

Member Since: 09/01/2011

Kate St. Vincent Vogl teaches students from nine to ninety at The Loft Literary Center. National ABC news featured her book, Lost & Found: A Memoir of Mothers. Both her fiction and nonfiction have won honors in international competitions. She is at work on a memoir about her father and his Clydesdales. An excerpt of that memoir-in-progress appears in Bellingham Review, and another excerpt of which was named a finalist for the New Letters prize in essay. Vogl was graduated from the University of Michigan Law School, and she is completing her MFA at Hamline.

Website: www.katevogl.com

Twitter Username: @katevogl


  • Lost & Found: A Memoir of Mothers , North Star Press (April 15, 2009)
  • "When Charley Comes Home" , Bellingham Review (March 2014)


  • Instructor at Loft Literary Center (January 2008 - )


  • Bachelor of Arts in History, cum laude from Cornell University (May 1987)
  • Doctoral Degree in Juris Doctor from University of Michigan (December 1989)

Genres of Interest

Fiction, Creative nonfiction, Children's literature