Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

In November 2018, I learned through Richard 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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At the age of twenty-three, Edward J. O’Brien launched The Best American Short Stories in 1915, a collection of the best short stories published in the previous year.  Upon his death, killed in the bombing of London on February 24, 1941, Martha Foley was put in charge of the annual short story anthology, and did …

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Yesterday, I blogged the list of writings I read during the month of January, 2014.  To get caught up, here are the various writings I read during the month of February, 2014. NOVELS The Burglar Who Counted the Spoons by Lawrence Block (great fun, as always. Five Stars on Goodreads) The Haunted Bookshop by Christopher …

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Nick Hornby’s memoir Fever Pitch is about Hornby’s love of soccer and of being a committed fan of the Arsenal Gunners specifically.  I’m an Arsenal fan, though I was not destined to grow up in North London and have it become a part of my genetic make-up.  Hornby’s introspection of being a soccer fan of the …

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On July 10, 2013, I signed a book contract with Grey Wolfe Publishing for my novel, The Y in Life. This past Wednesday, I received the first round of edits, and having gone 200 pages of the 375 in the manuscript, the rewrites have been marginal. As of this moment, I have two stories being …

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You’re going to want to pick up Grey Wolfe Publishing’s Summer edition of Legends.  Not only has my new short story, “Mother Nature Makes the Extra Point” been accepted for publication, so, too, has my award-winning short story, “The Word of the Day is ‘Trust.’” For more info about Legends, go to Grey Wolfe Publishing’s …

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