Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

The evening of Thursday, December 4, 2014, I participated in a gathering of local authors, hosted by the Chesterfield Township Library.  The event was organized by Alan Dean Naldrett, author of the Arcadia Press’ Images of America Series “Chesterfield Township” and co-author of “New Baltimore.”  He also penned “Forgotten Tales of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.”  Other …

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Back in Chapter Three, I participated in Small Business Saturday by supporting independent book seller Used on New Books & More in Mount Clemens.  In 2013, author Sherman Alexie encouraged writers to go out and support the independent book sellers.  Used on New Books & More was my closest, hometown book store, a block over …

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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’ll be at a couple of events signing copies of The Y in Life. Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Grey Wolfe Publishing Autumn Book Launch Troy Community Center 3179 Livernois Road Room #305 Troy, MI  48083 7:00PM – 10:00PM The event will be featuring “The Sun Never Sets” by Cate Caldwell and Matt Pearson with a …

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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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Sherman Alexie, National Book Award winner and author of over twenty books, issued a letter on September 1, 2013 to authors to become “a superhero for independent bookstores” by spending Small Business Saturday (November 30, 2013) hand-selling books at their local independent bookstore.  When I first saw the letter, I was intrigued, but The Y …

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