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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On April 4, 2011, I attended the reading and celebration for the book, I’ve Somehow Swallowed the Night: An Anthology of Creative Writing by Michigan Prisoners (2011).  It was the third annual volume of creative writing published by the Prison Creative Arts Project (PCAP) who “make possible the spaces in which the voices and visions …

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The Bernie Sanders Reader -Outsider in the House -The Speech: A Historic Filibuster on Corporate Greed and the Decline of Our Middle Class -Bernie -Bernie Sanders In His Own Words -The Essential Bernie Sanders and his Vision for America -Outsider in the White House They say that one should not discuss sex, politics, and religion …

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Rock n Roll Soccer: The Short Life and Fast Times of the North American Soccer League by Ian Plenderleith It was April, 1978, when the Detroit Free Press introduced me to Detroit’s new pro team, the Detroit Express of the North American Soccer League (NASL). I was a hockey fan growing up.  But hockey ran …

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In July, 2014, I visited New York City for the first time.  One day we spent book store shopping, during which we discovered Three Lives and Company in Greenwich Village.  The small, well-stocked book store had a table upon which back issues of literary magazines were for sale for a couple bucks a piece.  I …

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