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Michael Lee Johnson

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Michael Lee Johnson is a poet, and freelance writer. He is self-employed in advertising, and selling custom promotional products. He is the author of The Lost American: From Exile to Freedom.

He has also published two chapbooks of poetry. He is also nominated for the James B. Baker Award in poetry, Sam's Dot Publishing. He is a contributor in the Silver Boomers poetry anthology about aging baby boomers, by Silver Boomer Books.

Michael Lee Johnson presently resides in Itasca, Illinois, United States. He lived in Canada during the Vietnam era and will be published as a contributor poet in the anthology Crossing Lines: Poets Who Came to Canada in the Vietnam War Era, publication scheduled for early 2008.

He has been published in USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Scotland, Turkey, Fuji, Nigeria, Algeria, Africa, India, United Kingdom, Republic of Sierra Leone, Thailand, Kuala Lumpur, and Malaysia.

Visit his website. He is now the publisher, editor of Poetic Legacy, and Birds By My Window: Willow Tree Poems. Both publications are now open for submissions.

Audio MP3 of poems available on request.

Copyright © 2008 by Michael Lee Johnson

Bewildering Stories bibliography

Indiana Poem
In This Place, Poverty Falls
Dad Died
A Gift of Desert Sand
A Poem of the Night
Cold Gray
Casket of Love
Hazy Arizona Sky
Quiet Hours Passing
Graying In My Life
Leroy and His Love Affair
My Own Puppet
Mother, Edith, at 98
Manic is the Dark Night
I Brew in Broth
I Trip on My Poems
I Hide My Craft
Dove Poem
Devil of the Night
Eclipse of Thought
Gingerbread Lady
Charley Plays a Tune
Nikki Purrs
Fog Feathers
Phil and Betsy, Illinois Farmers
Rod-Stroked Survival, with a Deadly Hammer
Rose Petals in a Dark Room Fall

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