In 1999, he founded the online literary magazine, The Danforth Review, which he ran from 1999-2009 and 2011-2018 (on the side of his day job and regular misfit life, which has continued).
He lives in the city of his birth, Toronto, Canada, treaty territory of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation, and in the east the Williams Treaty First Nations. Tkaranto is also the traditional territory of the Huron Wendat and the Haudenosaunee Confederacy and part of the Dish With One Spoon territory.
- WATCH - YouTube - video of Michael reading at the launch of The Lizard and Other Stories (Tree Reading Series, Ottawa, Nov 2009)
Email = mbryson1968 at gmail dot com
Honours & awards:
The story “Six Million Million Miles” appeared in 05: Best Canadian Stories (Oberon, 2005). Other stories won first prize in the Qwerty short fiction contest (2004) and the Word Literary Calendar short fiction contest (2001).
May 2014. On Writing. Ottawa Poetry Newsletter.
Dec 2012. Never Ending Blog Tour.
June 2010. One question interview. BoydBlog.
April 2010. On The Danforth profile. Centennial College Book & Magazine Publishing Program.
March 2010. University of Waterloo alumni profile.
December 23, 2009. Lemon Hound. Interview on reviewing. [original removed]
November 26, 2009. OpenBook Toronto self profile. [original removed]
October 16, 2009. Michael Bryson Interviewed.
October 5, 2009. Branta Blog. [original removed]
March 5, 2009. Desk Space. Blog.
June 2008. Q&A about “Live Bait.” Classroom questions.
March 2008. 12 or 20 Questions with rob mclennan. Blog.
January 2007. Conversations in the Book Trade. Blog.
April 2005. On The Danforth. Centennial College Book & Magazine Publishing Program. [original removed]
August 17, 2001. CIUT Radio, Toronto.
August 6, 2001. Canadian Content.
February 2001. Writers’ Union of Canada newsletter.
December 2000. Writers’ Union of Canada newsletter.
Fall 2000. Another Toronto Quarterly. [original removed]
July 15, 2000. National Post.
May 2000. Canadian Mennonite.
Nov. 26, 1999. Imprint. University of Waterloo.