Michael R. Burch is a poet, essayist and columnist. According to Google, he is also a leading online publisher of Holocaust and Nakba poetry. His poetry has been translated into Italian by Comasia Aquaro; into Farsi by Farideh Hassanzadeh Mostafavi, Dr. Mahnaz Badihian and Rahel Yahia; into Russian by Yelena Dubrovin; into Macedonian by Marija Girevska; into Vietnamese by Linh Vu; and into Gjuha Shqipe (Albanian) by Majlinda Bashllari. His poems, essays, articles and letters have appeared over 1,000 times in publications around the globe which include TIME, USA Today, The Hindu, The Washington Times, The Washington Post, Light Quarterly, The Lyric, Unlikely Stories, Verse Weekly, Writer’s Digest—The Year’s Best Writing, ByLine and Verse. He also edits The HyperTexts online at www.thehypertexts.com, where he has published the work of three Pulitzer Prize nominees and winners of the T. S. Eliot, Richard Wilbur and Howard Nemerov awards.
Paperback: 44 pages
Publisher: Kelsay Books/White Violet Press (January 24, 2012)