Vogue Robinson recently became Clark County’s second-ever poet laureate. With a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from San Diego State University, she has dedicated herself to expression. Robinson's work centers on understanding and clarity. She writes about family, inspiration, relationships, and gratitude. In her first collection published by Wrags Ink, "Vogue 3:16," her poetry touched on the idea of "love as sacrifice."
Her work has been published in Red Rock Review, Catching Calliope: Vol. 2, Legs of Tumbleweeds, Wings of Lace: An Anthology of Literature by Nevada Women and Clark: Poetry from Clark County, Nevada. Robinson says, "I will always have an appreciation for human beings who put truth and heart onto the page." In addition to being a writer, Vogue also considers herself a spoken word artist and she believes spoken word brings a new element to her writing.
She has competed at the National Poetry Slam four times as a Las Vegas representative and teaches poetry workshops throughout the city.