Michael Sorbonne Robinson, Sr.
No newcomer to writing, Michael started penning essays and poems as far back as grade school. He was a columnist for his university newspaper, worked as an advertising copywriter, and served as an Army asssistant public information officer during the early years of the Viet Nam war. His "cowboy" poetry won him four national titles for Best Serious Poet/Reciter, and he performs his music and poetry for senior centers, hospitals, assisted living facilities, and in a number of small, private venues. His works, to date, include nine short stories, two children's stories, almost five-hundred poems, forty-six songs, and two novels.
Michael Sorbonne Robinson, Sr. did his graduate and postgraduate university studies in Journalism. An extensive world traveler with boundless curiosity for new adventures, his works show a broad appreciation for the “big picture,” and an understanding that America is not alone in this world. Father of five grown children and one mongrel dog, he resides with his wife Carol in Utah.