Correctional educator. Freelance journalist and editor. Interested in the critical role of international poetry for bringing peace and understanding to a hostile, non-tolerant world. Work has appeared in poetry publications and anthologies including: Goose River Anthology: 2006, Quarry, Abraxas, Weirdbook, Treaders of Starlight, Broken Streets, Amanda Blue, Blue Unicorn, Stone Country, The Wormwood Review, and Mundus Artium. Co-editor of the fantasy poetry collection: Omniumgathum. Author of Dream Dealers and Other Shadows. Has translated from the work of the French-Canadian poet, Fernand Ouellette. Presently engaged in translating from the poetical works of the Argentine poet, Rodolfo Alonso.
Michael Mirolla is a Toronto, Canada-based novelist, short story writer and poet with a novel--Berlin--and collection of short stories—The Formal Logic of motion—under his belt. One of the stories from the collection, “A Theory of Discontinuous Existence,” was also selected for the The Journey Prize Anthology, awarded for the year's best short fiction published in literary magazines in Canada. He has had short stories and poems published in numerous journals in Canada, the U.S. and Britain, including several anthologies such as Event’s Peace & War Anthology, Telling Differences: New English Fiction from Quebec, Tesseracts 2: Canadian Science Fiction, the Collection of Italian-Canadian Fiction, and New Wave of Speculative Fiction Book 1.