Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

It’s been a while since Joe Van Cleave provided the typing community with a typing assignment, but here we are! Typing Assignment #22 is to write about a summer road trip.  I thought I was going to miss this assignment.  Partially because of life’s general busyness, and mostly because I couldn’t locate a trip worthy …

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  Joe Van Cleave’s first typing assignment of 2019 was a helpful one for me.  I’ve had this character bouncing around in my head (along with some of the other characters surrounding him) for a number of years.  I just haven’t focused on him that much.  I did have a couple short stories published in …

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Typing Assignment #20 from Joe Van Cleave’s YouTube channel (which you should subscribe to because he has all sorts of neat videos on typewriters and other cool stuff) is to type a one-page piece on a pet peeve.  Could be a personal pet peeve.  Could be a fictional piece involving a pet peeve. This was …

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It’s time for typing assignment #19 of Joe Van Cleave’s YouTube series.  This assignment is to write a one-page typewritten piece inspired by something you saw or felt while out and about. At first, this was a difficult assignment.  I thought about how I would always go to Borders Book Stores when I needed to …

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For Joe Van Cleave’s Typing Assignment #18, I’m to type a one-page science fiction story.  This is what I came up with, typed on the 1958 Smith-Corona Skywriter that inspired it (or at least, featured in it). OTHER TYPEWRITTEN PAGE CAN BE FOUND HERE.

Typing Assignment #17 from Joe Van Cleave’s YouTube channel “is to write a story inspired by a found photographic print.” Instead of using any of my photos, I went out to find a photo to use for this assignment.  With Detroit City FC in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup tournament, I drove down to …

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Joe Van Cleave’s Sixteenth Typing Assignment was a fun one.  “Write about a personal artifact in your possession. Fiction, nonfiction – use the object in your piece however you wish.” It didn’t take me long to decide which personal artifact to write about.  I’ve had it for close to forty years, and its history prior …

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