Born in Brooklyn, NY, Michael March attended James Madison High School and after graduation, studied industrial engineering at Fashion Institute of Technology. But rock and roll was his first love. Foolishly, he left school to pursue that musical dream and did so, until that day he found a letter of greeting from Uncle Sam in his mailbox.
Michael served with the Eleventh Armored Cavalry Regiment in Vietnam from July 1967 to July 1968. After his discharge from the Army, he traveled America, visiting the
revolutionary hotspots. First stop was Berkeley, CA, followed by Madison, WI, where he entrenched himself inside the counter-culture.
Eventually making his way back to New York, he married, and worked as a production manager and clothing designer in the garment industry. The world of consumer electronics beckoned and he found employment as store manager at Crazy Eddie, the infamous electronics chain. After working in that industry for twenty-five years, Michael took his leave and moved south to Atlanta, where he currently resides and writes every day.