Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

A few weeks ago, I saw this event pop up on my Facebook page. 10,000 books to fill a block in Ann Arbor? Presented by the University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities and Luzinterruptus, the block-long display would be held on October 23, 2018 from 5-11PM. When books and Ann Arbor are players in …

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(The statement above adorns the outside of Literati Bookstore in Ann Arbor, MI.  It’s one of hundreds of messages left on the community typewriter in the lower level of the store, since its opening in the spring of 2013.) Find The Book Stores – The Call to Adventure On October 3, 2017, I was to …

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Once upon a time, I had a favorite book store.  It was Borders.  From its Novi store opening in the mid-1980’s to its closing in 2011, I spent a lot of time (and money) in that second home. Since its departure, I’ve explored the indies, and discovered many excellent book stores, each with their unique …

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Back in Chapter Three, I participated in Small Business Saturday by supporting independent book seller Used on New Books & More in Mount Clemens.  In 2013, author Sherman Alexie encouraged writers to go out and support the independent book sellers.  Used on New Books & More was my closest, hometown book store, a block over …

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I’ll be signing books at Paperback Writer Books in Mount Clemens on Small Business Saturday – November 29, 2014 – from Noon to 2PM.  Come on out and support small business! Paperback Writer is located at: 61 Macomb Mount Clemens, MI  48043 Then, on Thursday, December 4th, I’ll be at the Chesterfield Library for the …

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I’ve recently written about my favorite book stores – those that carry the latest titles as well as used, rare and old book stores.  But one book store was missing from that lot, because it has been missing from the bookish landscape since 2011 – Borders. With its demise, I’ve discovered all these wonderful book …

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