Portland, OR, October 31, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Unsolicited Press announced the immediate availability of "Writing Naked" by Michael Murray.
While poetry is certainly not the subject of "Writing Naked," Murray proves that his craft, whether it be poetry or prose, is poetic.
"Two things strike me in regards to Writing Naked: Michael's innocence and his anger that some deal had been scuttled, some pact abrogated, some promise made at birth broken, brokenness ever after.
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Burroughs has claimed he cannot remember writing Naked
Lunch (having been strung out on heroin at the time).
Arnie Quibranza Mejia, the author of 'Writing Naked: A Memoir' (2016; University of Santo Tomas Publishing House) succeeds in undertaking both with much aplomb.
But what is most admirable about 'Writing Naked' is that its major strength lies not only in the fact that it is very tightly and excellently written, but also in the choice of narratives which do not appear to be scattershot or randomly selected by the writer.
Furthermore, what makes 'Writing Naked' extra special is that it is also funny and witty, moving and engaging, truthful and powerful, and more importantly, very, very sexy.