Articles written by: Maja Trochimczyk

Maja Trochimczyk

Maja Trochimczyk, Ph.D., is a poet, music historian, and photographer born in Poland and living in California (www.trochimczyk.net). She published four books on music (on Chopin, Andriessen, Polish folk dance, and Romantic music), two volumes of poetry (Rose Always and Miriam’s Iris), and two anthologies (Chopin with Cherries and Meditations on Divine Names). Hundreds of her articles and poems appeared in English, Polish, as well as in German, French, Chinese, Spanish and Serbian translations. The recipient of ACLS and SSRCC post-doctoral grants, she taught music history at USC and ethics in jail.

Buchenwald
2016 Vol. 8 No. 1 - Winter / Poetry

Echoes of Tattered Tongues

John Guzlowski’s memoir in prose and poetry is a son’s beautiful, sometimes heartbreaking, always moving tribute to parents for whom the war never ended.

Created by Stalin, Embraced by Emigrants? Mazowsze, Śląsk and the Polish Folk Dance Movement in America
2013 Vol. 5 No. 1 — Spring / Features

Created by Stalin, Embraced by Emigrants? Mazowsze, Śląsk and the Polish Folk Dance Movement in America

Mazowsze is arguably the most beautiful folk dance troupe in the world. Maja Trochimczyk poses the question: Does authenticity matter?

Chopin with Cherries: A Tribute in Verse [selected poems]
2010 Vol. 2 No.1 — Spring / Poetry

Chopin with Cherries: A Tribute in Verse [selected poems]

Part of our series of articles for the Year of Chopin – 2010.