Archives | Authors | Michael March

Michael March United States of America    PWF 1997

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.

Read more >

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”

Read more >

Franz Kafka

1924: Celebrating the Death of Kafka

26.03.2024 Articles


The Velvet Revolution brought the Czechs the freedom 

to fail—whose true master was Kafka. He practiced their

smallness and slavery while ignoring their bad taste.

Jealousy remained a self-inflicted wound. Hatred just

background noise. He continued to write in German.


Michael March

Read more >

MIchael March: Evil

11.09.2018 Authors

Read more >

Michael March

Michael March

29.06.2018 Moderators

Read more >

Michael March: For Savvas Zoidis

11.06.2018 Interviews

For Savvas 


Read more >