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Michael March

Michael March was born in 1946 in New York—a time when the cold war swung low over blue alligator sewers—and the gods retained life in their own keeping.

He is the author of five collections of poetry: Goya, When she danced, Disappearance, Only a Promise, and The Way Back.

“Without poetry—there would be chaos. Dogs bark at strangers—but these are the loved roads.”

Michael March lives in Prague.


 

World 1968

Why 1968?

29.11.2007 Theme

1968 was the 9/11 of the Czech intellectual world.

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Prague Writers' Festival, perex

1968: Laughter and Forgetting

19.11.2007 1968

The 18th Prague Writers‘ Festival, 1 - 5 June 2008, presents the events of 1968 through its theme “Laughter and Forgetting”

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Michael March © Prague Writers' Festival, Petr Machan

Michal March | To Remain in Prague

07.06.2012 Interviews

Michael March in conversation with Andreas Patenidis

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Michael March

Michael March: Where were you—?

03.06.2012 Café Central

You never know who walks into Café Central—to share your thoughts.

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Michael March

Michael March: Irony

19.02.2012 Café Central

You never know who walks into Café Central—to share your thoughts.

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Michael March

Michael March: Too Late

02.05.2011 Café Central

You never know who walks into Café Central—to share your thoughts.

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