William Dorich is the author of 9 books, 6 on Balkan history. The author was a correspondent for the American Srbobran for 15 years, his articles have appeared in The Washington Times, Arizona Republic, Wall Street Journal, International Herald Tribune, Chicago Tribune and The American Bar Association Journal among others. During the Balkan Civil Wars in the 1990’s William appeared on Fox News, Geraldo Live, Charles Grodin and was interviewed on over 300 national radio broadcasts. His Memoirs book is complied from his reporting on the Balkans conflict. He is also read on numerous Serbian websites and blogs.
His first book, Serbian Genocide-1941- 45, was published on the 50th anniversary of WWII and was co-written with the late David Martin, author of The Web of Disinformation (1989) and the late Michael Lees, author of The Rape of Serbia (1989).
His 1992 book, Kosovo, was co-written with 5 Balkan historians including: Dr. Dimitrije Djordjevic, Prof. Thomas Emmert, V. Rev. Mateja Matejic, Slavko Todorovich and Dr. Alex Dragnich, recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award for Distinguished Service to Vanderbilt University. William’s current books include, A Brief History of Serbian Music in its second edition; Hilandar’s Octocentenary written to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the Hilandar Monastery on Mt. Athos and the 2011 book, Serbia: Faces & Places with co-author Val Rajic.
In 1997, on Easter, the Holy Synod of Serbian Orthodox Bishops bestowed The Order of St. Sava on William—the highest recognition given to a layperson by the Serbian Church. He is also the 1997 recipient of an Award of Merit by the Serbian Bar Association of America. In 2011 he received a Humanitarian Award from RAS, an international Serbian organization.