Michael Mirolla will be featured for the Ninth Poetry Night at Queen Gallery, 382 Queen Street East, Toronto. Doors open at 6:15 p.m, and there is a sign-up for an open mic beginning at 6:30 p.m. The event starts at 7 p.m., and will be hosted by Bänoo Zan. In Zan’s country of origin, Iran, she used to teach English Literature at universities. She has been writing poetry since the age of ten and has published more than 80 poems, translations, biographies, and articles in print and online publications around the globe. She hosts Queen Gallery Poetry Night in Toronto and is a member of TOPS (The Ontario Poetry Society) Executive.
Michael Mirolla is an established novelist, short story writer, poet and playwright. Michael’s publications include a punk-inspired novella, The Ballad of Martin B. (Quattro Books); two novels: Berlin (a Bressani Prize winner as well as a finalist for the Indie Book and National Best Books Awards) (Leapfrog Press), and The Facility (Leapfrog Press), which features among other things a string of cloned Mussolinis; three short story collections: The Formal Logic of Emotion (translated into Italian), Hothouse Loves & Other Tales and the recently-released The Giulio Metaphysics III; and three collections of poetry: Light and Time (Guernica 2010), the English-Italian bilingual Interstellar Distances – Distanze Interstellari, and The House on 14th Avenue (Signature Editions, 2013), based on the house in Montreal where his parents resided for more than 40 years. Michael is also the co-owner of Guernica Editions.
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