Wojnicki, a Shoah survivor, worked as a college
teacher, fruit-picker and newspaperman who had arrived in the U.S.
in 1977, speaking just two words, "I" and "you."
He holds a Ph.D. in
Philosophy and an M.A. in Creative Writing (San Francisco State University).
Among his teachers, he enjoyed most
Molly Giles, Frances Meyes, Ron Hansen, and Rick DiMarinis.
His work has appeared
in the The Jewish Spectator, Harrisburg Review, Porter Gulch Review,
Rear View Quarterly, Coffeehouse, Wild Embrace,
Sugar Mule and most recently in the literary journal ZYZZYVA.
He is the author of
a factual novel, Lie Under the Fig Trees (1996), a poetry chapbook Where
Angels Catch Hell (2000).
He lives in Carmel,
CA leading 'poetry powwows' on the beach and Write Like A Lover! workshops.
by Marva B. Hoffman