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Rogow is a professional children's librarian by profession. She started her writing career as the editor of Grip, a media-based fanzine in the 1970s and 1980s.
She has written several mystery novels based on a (imaginary) collaboration between Arthur Conan Doyle and Lewis Carroll. She has also penned a number of short stories, including contributions to the shared world science fiction series Merovingen Nights.
Rogow has characterized her filk tapes as "electronic fanzines" that reach about 2,000 people.
Roberta was inducted into the Filk Hall of Fame on April 20, 2013.
Roberta has recorded 8 filk tapes and 5 CDs, some of which were self-published. Her current music publisher is Floating Filk Studios.
She has also published 18 songbooks called "Rec-Room Rhymes".
- Heroes & Villians (& Some In Between....) (Filk CD). 2012.
- Dark Deeds & Desperate Men (and Women) (Filk CD). 2011.
- The Root of the Matter. 2010.
- One Filk Two Filk Old Filk New Filk (Filk CD). 2009.
- The Guilty Client. 2009.
- Alive and Filking (Filk CD). 2007.
- The Problem of the Surly Servant. 2001.
- The Problem of the Evil Editor. 2000.
- The Problem of the Spiteful Spiritualist. 1999.
- The Problem of the Missing Hoyden. 1999.
- The Problem of the Missing Miss. 1998.
- Futurespeak: A Fan's Guide to the Language of Science Fiction. Universal Sales & Marketing. 1991. ISBN 1-55778-347-0.
- Torcon 3 official program. Accessed October 27, 2009.
- Lisa A. Lewis, The Adoring audience: fan culture and popular media, p. 230 (Routledge, 1992) ISBN 0-415-07820-2, ISBN 978-0-415-07820-7, see also pp. 221-222, 233, found at Google books. Accessed October 27, 2009.
- author info at Books-n-Bytes
- Current CD publisher for Roberta
- Roberta Rogow at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
- Roberta's Bandcamp Page
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