Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

In November 2018, I learned through Robert Polt (author of The Typewriter Revolution) that an anthology of typewritten works was being contemplated for publication.  First, he and the editorial panel sent out the feelers to see if there was anyone interested in contributing to it.  This wasn’t going to be a random collection of typewritten …

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The Word of the Day is “Trust” was my short story which won the 2009 Michigan Bar Journal Short Story Contest.  It has since been published in Written in the Mitten 2013: A Celebration of Michigan Writers (Heron Bay Books, 2013) and Legends: A Literary Journal from Grey Wolfe Publishing, Summer, 2013 (Grey Wolfe Publishing, …

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This story was a finalist in the 2013 Michigan Bar Journal Short Story Contest, and was published in the Autumn, 2013 Legends: A Literary Journal from Grey Wolfe Publishing. Confession Trevor Aldabra sat in the court room at the defendant’s table, speculating about the chaos occurring behind its walls. His client was on trial for …

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Wow.  What a weekend.  The best way to describe it is in bite-size pieces. Motor City Comic Con (Novi, MI):  This year was the 25th Anniversary of the Motor City Comic Con – an event held over a three-day weekend in May – which features comic and media celebrities from the past and present.  Over …

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Grey Wolfe Publishing’s Diana Plopa interviewed me for their website.  Here is how it begins: GWP: Do you have any writing rituals?  If so, what are they? MK: I don’t have any writing rituals.  All the virgins are safe and won’t be sacrificed to the writing gods on my account. GWP: What are the most …

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Let’s start 2014 off right (or write!). My short story “Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others” has been accepted by Grey Wolfe Publishing for their anthology Write To Woof.  The anthology is scheduled to be released in February, 2014, of which the proceeds will benefit Almost Home No-Kill Animal Shelter in Southfield. The theme …

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My son-in-law is from the Philadelphia area.  When he and my daughter toured northern Michigan recently, he told her that he had heard of Cheboygan and thought it was a fictional place. Works of fiction (and nonfiction) have an adorable place to hang out before they are purchased in this real town at Purple Tree …

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