|Zack Rogow (2015)|
|Poet, translator and editor Zack Rogow was born in New York City, and has lived here in the Bay Area since the late 1990s.
Zack is the author of eight books of poetry, his latest being "Talking with the Radio: Poems Inspired by Jazz and Popular Music". His translations from the French include works by George Sand and Colette. And his editing credits include both anthologies and journals—currently he's poetry editor of Catamaran Literary Reader. He has also written four plays about contemporary world writers.
Away from the pen, Zack co-founded the Lunch Poems Reading series at UC Berkeley with Professor Robert Hass, and he teaches in the low-residency MFA program in creative writing at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
|# 1||Billie Holiday||Lady Day: The Best of Billie Holiday||I Can't Get Started||Columbia|
|# 2||Bill Evans||Waltz for Debby||My Foolish Heart||Riverside|
|# 3||Madeleine Peyroux||Careless Love||Dance Me to the End of Love||Rounder|
|# 4||Sarah Vaughan||After Hours||Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye||Roulette|
|# 5||Coleman Hawkins||Coleman Hawkins and His All-Stars||If I Had You||Fresh Sound|
|# 6||Zizi Possi||Valsa Brasileira||Escurinha||Caravelas|
|# 7||Elis Regina||Elis & Tom||Só Tinha de Ser com Você||Trama/Verve|
|# 8||David Lynn Grimes||Raven River||Push of the World||Orchard|
|# 9||Charlie Parker||Charlie Parker with Strings: The Master Takes||Dancing in the Dark||Verve|
|# 10||Ella Fitzgerald||Ella in Hollywood, Vol. 4||How Long Has This Been Going On?||GNP Crescendo|
|# 11||Dinah Washington||The Definitive Dinah Washington||Baby, You've Got What It Takes||Verve/Blue Note|
|Book||"The Vintage Book of Contemporary World Poetry", J.D. McClatchy editor|
|Luxury Item||"A drill, so that I didn't lose the coconut milk when I'd smash the coconuts on the island"|