Among books of poetry, Kathleen Fraser's published works include What I Want (1974), Magritte Series (1977), New Shoes (1978), Each Next, narratives (1980), Something (even human voices) in the foreground, a lake (1984), Notes Preceding Trust (1987), When New Time Folds Up (1993), WING (1995), il cuore : the heart - New & Selected Poems (1970-1995) (1997), Discreet Categories Forced Into Coupling (2004), and Movable Tyype (2011).
During her teaching career at San Francisco State University from 1972 to 1992, she directed The Poetry Center and founded The American Poetry Archives; she also wrote and narrated the one-hour video Women Working in Literature.
Fraser was co-founder and co-editor, with Beverly Dahlen and Frances Jaffer, later joined by Susan Gevirtz, of the feminist poetics newsletter (HOW)ever. From 1983-1991, Fraser published and edited HOW(ever) as "a journal focused on innovative writing by contemporary women and neglected texts by American modernist women writers".
- Kathleen Fraser Biography[dead link]
- "EPC/Fraser Author Home Page". Epc.buffalo.edu. Retrieved 2010-01-31.
- "Kathleen Fraser - Bio Notes and Publications". Epc.buffalo.edu. Retrieved 2010-01-31.
- "Jacket author notes: Kathleen Fraser". Jacketmagazine.com. Retrieved 2010-01-31.
- Kathleen Fraser. "Poetry of Kathleen Fraser > Woodland Pattern Book Center". Woodlandpattern.org. Retrieved 2010-01-31.
- Book review
- A web guide to Kathleen Fraser from literaryhistory.com
- The Magritte Series
- HOW(ever) archives
- Four Young Poets in 1959
- How2 archives
- Author page at the Electronic Poetry Center
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