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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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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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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I saw this article on the Condè Nast Traveler website listing 11 Mega Bookstores We Love.  I’m a bit of a book store connoisseur myself, so I thought I’d do something similar. My criteria is simple: they must be book stores I have physically set foot in, and their main revenue is derived by the …

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It was in my hands.  Its soft cover pressed firm against the pages between.  Its title and author matching one of the many listed on the two index cards in my wallet. Then, there was the other one.  Another soft cover.  It was not listed on my index card.  I had come across the Detroit-area …

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– Last week, I finished reading When Darkness was a Virtue by Michael Grant Jaffe.   When it comes to selecting the next novel I want to read usually one of two things happen;  either I know exactly which novel is next in line, or I have an elimination process that helps me make that …

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