"...honest and generous, and alive to the transcendent possibilities of language."
—Marilyn Johnson, author of This Book is Overdue


A writer from the Penn Gazette interviewed me about the work we do at the Soapbox Community Print Shop and Zine Library. 

I was interviewed by the Philadelphia Gay News about zines and the Philly Zine Fest. 

There's an interview with me on my publisher Microcosm's blog about touring and community. 

The poet Lynn Levin reviewed my essay collection, Slip of the Tongue, for the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Those old softies at Razorcake reviewed White Elephants and Slip of the Tongue.

One of my zines is on this NY Mag list of zines to pick up at the Brooklyn Zine Fest. 

The writer Beth Kephart wrote about my memoir, White Elephants.

Katie Ash interviewed me for a feminist literary website.

Carissa Halston conducted an interview with me for the literary magazine apt.

I was interviewed for this article about zines in TIME Magazine.

The La-La Theory was included in this BBC video about the history of zines. 

Katie Haegele’s writing is a miracle. No matter how grumpy you’ve gotten, White Elephants will inspire you to turn your days into adventures again—whether or not that includes looking through weird shit on other people’s lawns.
— Ariel Gore

This charmingly curious book...will have you thinking you are listening to a soothing friend. Perhaps Katie Haegele might be a unique, American version of Sylvia Smith.
— Tama Janowitz, about White Elephants