"But this language of yours,” said one of the instructors, himself an obvious Britisher, “where does it come from?” …
“From the mouth of Polish mothers,” I replied. -- William Carlos Williams, The Autobiography, p. 311
Poets and Writers
Michael Basinski is a former Curator of the Poetry/Rare Books Collection of the University Libraries, SUNY at Buffalo. His poetry contribution includes: Women Are Called Girls (1983) and In Buffalo: Poems of a Polish-American Boy (2016).
Anthony Bukoski is an author and a retired professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-Superior. His highly acclaimed collections of stories include: Polonaise (1998) and Head of the Lakes (2018).
Alan Berecka is currently a reference librarian at Del Mar College. His poetry has appeared in numerous reviews and he has published several award winning books, among them: Welcome to the Hamlet of Stittville (2017).
Magda Bogin is a New York-based writer and literary translator who has produced a body of work that straddles fiction, poetry, opera and non-fiction. Born in Manhattan, she has lived and worked extensively in Mexico, France, Italy and Russia.
Marianne Boruch is an American poet whose published work also includes essays on poetry, sometimes in relation to other fields (music, visual art, ornithology, medicine, aviation, etc.) and a memoir about a hitchhiking trip taken in 1971.
Ed Buryn has worked as a newspaper delivery boy, aircraft radar operator, electronics technical writer, corporate manager, free-lance photographer; has written several vagabonding guidebooks, and designed a major Tarot deck.