Writing advertisements and articles about culture, the arts and humanities
Literature, Fine Arts, Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
In 1995, Michael applied to and was accepted to Brown University's creative writing MFA program. While there, he was taught by some of the most famous literary figures of our time, including two Pulitzer Prize-winners. Throughout his entire academic career, he learned the importance of research and having a broad range of interest in order to be a successful writer in any field. He took a wide range of classes outside of his chosen discipline including philosophy, psychology, political science, art history, music history and western civilization.
Michael has written several articles and opinion columns for university publications on a wide range of entertainment topics from art and literature to pop music and cinema.
Michael has written several articles for publication on issues surrounding pop music culture such as music reviews and the role of music in politics and society.
Michael has written several articles for publication on a broad range of political topics including the influence of mass media on culture and society, the American healthcare industry and environmental protection.
Michael has written several articles for local journals in his hometown of Tuscaloosa Alabama including the Crimson White and the Black Warrior Review.