Individual Author Record
Name: Kathie BergquistPen Name: None Genre: Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born: in Minneapolis, Minnesota
-- Kathie Bergquist on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=kathie+bergquist
Illinois ConnectionBergquist moved to Chicago in 1989.
Biographical and Professional InformationKathie Berguist’s writing has been published in ''Girlfriends'' magazine, ''Out'', ''The Advocate'', ''Curve'', and ''Diva''. Born in Minneapolis, she moved to Chicago in 1989. She’s honed her observational skills in the field, having worked at both Women and Children First and Unabridged Bookstores in Chicago, and by writing a long-running lesbian nightlife column, “The Kathie Klub” for the Chicago gay weekly ''Nightlines''. Currently, Bergquist is the City Editor of the ''Not For Tourists™ Guide to Chicago'' and a regular food contributor to the Chicago Reader. She holds a BA in Creative Writing from Columbia College Chicago, and lives on the northwest side of the city.
- A Field Guide to Gay and Lesbian Chicago, Lake Claremont Press , 2006 - written with Robert McDonald
- Not For Tourists Guide 2009 to Chicago, Not for Tourists, 2008 - written with Bathsheba Birman and Julia Borcherts
- Windy City Queer: LGBTQ Dispatches from the Third Coast , University of Wisconsin Press, 2011
Titles At Your Library
A Field Guide to Gay and Lesbian Chicago
ISBN: 1893121038 Lake Claremont Press. 2006 Book by Kathie Bergquist, Robert McDonald
Not For Tourists Guide 2009 to Chicago (Not for Tourists Guidebook)
ISBN: 0981488749 Langenscheidt Pub Inc. 2008 Not for Tourists guidebooks are map-based, neighbourhood by neighbourhood guides designed to lighten the load of already street-savvy residents, commuters, business travellers, and yes, tourists too. Each map is marked with user-friendly icons identifying the services and entertainment centres that you look for as you make your way through town: everything from post offices, car parks, restaurants, bars, DIY stores and gyms to information on hotels, airports, public transport and parks. Whether you're a seasoned resident, a returning visitor, relocating, or someone who is completely new in town, Not for Tourists guidebooks help you make the most of your time in the city, while you're in it.