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Rogow is the author of eight books of poetry, including "Talking with the Radio: poems inspired by jazz and popular music" and My Mother and the Ceiling Dancers, both published by Kattywompus Press; and The Number Before Infinity, published by Scarlet Tanager Books. His translations from the French include works by George Sand, André Breton, Colette, and Marcel Pagnol. His co translation of Earthlight by André Breton received the 1994 PEN Translation Prize. His sequence of short poems, Airplane Tanka was a cowinner of the 2006 Tanka Splendor Award.
The anthologies that Rogow has edited include The Face of Poetry, a selection of work by contemporary U.S. poets with photos of the writers by Margaretta K. Mitchell, published by University of California Press. He also edited two volumes of the journal TWO LINES.
He has written four plays in a series about contemporary world writers. The fourth in this series, Colette Uncensored, a one-woman show about the French writer Colette, was coauthored by the actor, Lorri Holt. Holt played the part of Colette when the play had its first staged reading at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC in February 2015, and again when the play ran at The Marsh in San Francisco in 2016. The other plays in the series concern the life and work of Léopold Sédar Senghor, Nazim Hikmet, and Yosano Akiko.
- "Zack Rogow" in Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series, Volume 28. Detroit: Gale Research, 1997.
- "Zack Rogow". Thirteen Ways. Retrieved on September 17, 2011.
- "Interview with Writer, Translator, & Editor Zack Rogow." Words with Writers. Retrieved on November 22, 2011.
-  YouTube reading by Zack Rogow. Retrieved on May 4, 2016.