Michael Barnholden

Michael Barnholden is a writer, historian, editor, translator, publisher, photographer, painter, and poet, living in Roberts Creek, British Columbia. He is the author of the following poetry and non-fiction titles:

  • After the Horse Doctors: Baseball in Vancouver. Vancouver: Publication Studio, forthcoming.
  • Sweet Fuck All. Roberts Creek: Backyard Books, 2016.
  • Playing with Pain. Roberts Creek: Backyard Books, 2015.
  • Works That Way Because That’s the Way It Works: Collected Poems, 1971–2013. Roberts Creek: Backyard Books, 2013.
  • Circumstances Alter Photographs: Captain James Peters and the War of 1885. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2009.
  • Gabriel Dumont Speaks. Vancouver: Talonbooks, 2009.
  • Street Stories: 100 Years of Homelessness in Vancouver. With Nancy Newman and with photos by Lindsay Mearns, Vancouver: Anvil Press, 2007.
  • Reading the Riot Act: A History of Riots in Vancouver. Vancouver: Anvil Press, 2005
  • Works (poetry). Vancouver: Tsunami Editions, 1999.
  • Writing Class: The Kootenay School of Writing Anthology (co-edited with Andrew Klobucar). Vancouver: New Star Books, 1999.
  • On the Ropes (poetry). Toronto: Coach House Books, 1997.