News August 1,2018
My short story collection The Three of Us is available on Amazon. The publisher says early buys and reviews would be of real help in getting reviews. Any help would be appreciated. Here’s the link

News July 5,2018
I am thrilled to announced the release of “The Three of Us” a collection of my short stories. If you want a preview, the book publisher Adelaide Books has posted the prologue on its website

News April 22,2018
Three of my short stories are now available in print:

-“The Cantor’s WIndow ” anthologized by Adelaide Press 2018 Voices Anthology

-“The Time I got an Oak Leaf sticker in Printing” anthologized in American Writers Review Anthology

Both Anthologies on Amazon

– “I wrote A Poem for My Friend’s Wedding” now posted on The Penman Review!
Go to Published Stories to read!

– My story “She Said the Paint Job’s Cool” will appear in the FURIOUS GAZELLE on July 13

Finally I have posted That Damn Wind: Ode to a Minnesota Ghost, my tribute to a friend with Huntington’s, the disease suffered by Woody Guthrie who Bob Dylan so brilliantly venerated in Song to Woody and Last Thoughts. Please take a look at Musings.

March 14, 2018
Mike and Adelaide Book Publishing Company have entered into an agreement to publish in book form “The Three of Us” a collection of ten of Mike’s short stories. The release date will be in the fourth quarter of 2018.

February 16,2018!
Adelaide Magazine has recognized Mike Cohen’s short Story “The Cantors Window” as one of its 2018 Short Story Shortlist Winner Nominees. “The Cantor’s Window,” originally published in Streetlight Magazine, will also be included in the 2018 Adelaide Literary Voices Anthology available at and Barnes and noble.

Amazon link for Mike’s book

We are so excited! Mike’s novel has been recommended by Kirkus Reviews-take a look!

“A mystery in which melodrama reigns, with an admirably tenacious protagonist.”
“The story has merit as a legal thriller…

“Cohen slowly sets the hook for readers… Characters unhurriedly reveal rich backstories.”

“But the genuine focus is on Nathan as a young man overcoming never ending hurdles. Watching him fight to earn respect within his family as a lawyer is exhilarating,…”