Carry the Sky, OR: Forest Avenue Press, 2014.
Another Sunset We Survive, Friday Harbor, WA:Cedar House Books, 2007. Poetry.
Bone Knowing, winner of Gertrude Prize, 2006. Poetry.
Where She Goes, winner of Blue Light Prize, 1999. Poetry.
Coma (Blue Mesa Third Prize), nominated for Best of the Net prize, 2013-14
Incantation for the Man Outside, Variations on Text by Justice and Vallejo & Pears (elohi gadugi)
All the Longing Left in the Body
Practicing a Gentle Art: Bart Edelman’s A Gentle Man
Rowing for years, Kate Gray coached crew and taught in an East Coast boarding school at the start of her teaching career. Her debut novel, Carry the Sky (2014) takes an unblinking look at bullying. Her first full-length book of poems, Another Sunset We Survive (2007) was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award and followed chapbooks, Bone-Knowing (2006), winner of the Gertrude Press Poetry Prize and Where She Goes (2000), winner of the Blue Light Chapbook Prize. Over the years she’s been awarded residencies at Hedgebrook, Norcroft, and Soapstone, and a fellowship from the Oregon Literary Arts. Her poetry and essays have been nominated for Pushcart prizes. She and her partner live in a purple house in Portland, Oregon with their sidekicks, Rafi and Wasco, two very patient dogs.