Do Haeng Michael Kitchen

Writer. Attorney. Detroit City FC Til I Die.

I enjoy going to book signings.  I treasure the opportunity to meet a writer, hear about their lives and influences and the book they’ve recently published that has put them on the stage or in the book store.  However, a recent book signing event was the worst I have ever attended, which is quite a …

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Remember these high school assignments: Write a 500-word essay on _____. The struggle.  The agony.  Five hundred words?  How many pages is that?  You’d write something, then count the words.  Only three hundred and ten?  How am I going to add another one hundred and ninety words to that?  (Yes, I know.  Today’s word processors …

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Over the last several months, I have noticed on my Facebook feed, friends have been posting memes featuring quotes from a writer named Charles Bukowski.  I found myself in alignment some of them, such as: Well, maybe not necessarily the drinking one.  🙂 Still, it intrigued me to look into this writer.  And as fate …

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This Saturday, March 28, 2015, I, and over twenty authors, will be at the Plymouth District Library Local Author Fair. Plymouth District Library 223 South Main Plymouth, MI  48170 1PM – 3PM MORE INFO HERE Then, on Sunday, March 29, 2015, the East Detroit Historical Society is holding a Meet the Author event at the …

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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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