An award-winning poet, literary historian, and editor residing in Washington, DC. Author of five books of poems, editor of two anthologies, and co-editor of the web exhibit DC Writers’ Homes.
Poet. Editor. Literary Historian.
Roberts is the author of A Literary Guide to Washington, DC (University of Virginia Press, 2018), and five books of poems, most recently The Scientific Method (WordTech Editions, 2017). She is the editor of By Broad Potomac’s Shore: Great Poems from the Early Days of Our Nation’s Capital (University of Virginia Press, 2020). Learn more…
By Broad Potomac’s Shore: Great Poems from the Early Days of Our Nation’s Capital
Published by the University of Virginia Press in October 2020. Featuring 132 poets working and living in Washington, DC from the city’s founding in 1800 through 1930.
Conveniently pocket-sized and packed with anecdotes, maps and suggested walking tours, A Literary Guide to Washington, D.C. will inspire readers to go wandering in the footsteps of some of America's greatest poets, novelists and essayists.
Michael Dirda, Pulitzer Prize-winning book columnist for The Washington Post February 7, 2018
Kim co-edits DC Writers’ Homes with Dan Vera, a web exhibit that documents the homes of literary authors who once lived in the greater Washington, DC region.