Kaye McDonough was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1943. She studied literature at Vassar College for two years, then attended Boston University and the University of California, Berkeley where she earned a degree in Art History. She has also participated in the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama’s intensive summer workshop. She went to Paris in 1963 where she studied at the Sorbonne and explored the literary haunts of the “lost generation.” She is now poet-publisher of the Greenlight Press in San Francisco
Kaye McDonough's Pagan reverberates with a loving touch that spares nothing. Within its pages the impressions of a poet who focuses on lovers, friends and family comes to life. The deft artistry of Vermeer, the splendid pathos of Beat legend Bob Kaufman, and the lives of many women are among the themes handled with grace and craftsmanship.
Frontier Life in America, a Fantasy in Three Acts
Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald is the captivating and intense heroine of this fantasy dramatization of her dazzling exploits, her writing, painting and obsessive dancing, her struggle as a woman and artist in an ambivalent, often hostile environment...