Mike White

Mike White is a poet who hails originally from Montreal, and has lived in Salt Lake City for the past two decades.  He is a graduate of McGill University, the University of Toronto, and the doctoral program in literature and creative writing at the University of Utah.  White has published two prize-winning poetry collections: How to Make a Bird with Two Hands and Addendum to a Miracle.  His work can be found in magazines including Ploughshares, PoetryRattleThe New RepublicThe Iowa ReviewThe Threepenny ReviewThe Yale Review, and Kenyon Review Online.  In recent years, he has devoted time to learning to read and write haiku, and has published in some of the leading journals in the field, such as Modern Haiku and The Heron’s Nest.  



How to Make a Bird with Two Hands (Word Works, 2012)
Addendum to a Miracle (Waywiser, 2017)  


Interview for Rattle 

Additional Info

  • Region: Wasatch Front
  • Genre: Poetry