Roberta Rogow (born 1942) is an American writer of speculative fiction and fan fiction, and a filk singer-songwriter. A children's librarian by profession she started her writing career as the editor of Grip, a media-based fanzine in the 1970s and 1980s.
She has written several mystery novels based on a (imaginary) collaboration between Arthur Conan Doyle and Lewis Carroll. She has also penned a number of short stories, including contributions to the shared world science fiction series Merovingen Nights.
As a filksinger, she has appeared at science fiction conventions, mostly in the Northeast United States, including Albacon. She has also appeared internationally. Rogow has characterized her filk tapes as "electronic fanzines" that reach about 2,000 people.
In total she has recorded 8 filk tapes and 5 CDs, some of which were self-published. Her current music publisher is Floating Filk Studios. She was inducted into the Filk Hall of Fame on April 20, 2013.
She has also published 18 songbooks called "Rec-Room Rhymes".
Merovingen Night short stories
Nessus' Shirt (1988), published in Troubled Waters?
Paper Chase (1989), published in Smugglers Gold?
Farren's Folly: Meeting of Minds (1989), published in Divine Right?
Where's the Fire (1990), published in Flood Tide?