Kenneth Michael is an emerging writer whose story credits include "Ariel," "Carousel," “Bay Ridge,” and "The Odd Sea."
His fiction focuses on the inherent human interest (drama / comedy) of a political, historical, and romantic world, rendered through language to be realistic and meaningful.
Moments of transcendence impinge upon the otherwise ordinary, limited lives of his characters, which creates tension leading to catharsis, renewal and growth.
At the heart of these stories is the desire to depict pain arising out of error.
This comes from Kenneth Michael’s belief that suffering does have an end (although at times it seems eternal) and that art can be redemptive.