Michael P. Naughton | The Raven

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The Raven

by Michael P. Naughton

Original performance and reimagining of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic “The Raven” created and performed by poet/singer/songwriter Michael P. Naughton. ©2018 Michael P. Naughton
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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Michael P. Naughton was born in Detroit. He is a mystery and satire writer who writes in the style of Elmore Leonard and Carl Hiaasen. He is also a professional musician and screenwriter and had previously worked for Borders for many years and in technology and went on to publish actor Michael Madsen's poetry and photography under 13 Hands Publications.

He released his first mystery novel in May of 2008 entitled Deathryde: Rebel Without a Corpse (Available on Amazon, published by Gilded Hearse Press). It is written in the hip, offbeat style of Carl Hiaasen, Gregory Mcdonald (Fletch) and, of course, Elmore Leonard. He has also been a judge for the IBPA's (Independent Book Publishers Association) Benjamin Franklin Awards which honor the best in independent publishing.

Michael P. Naughton is also a seasoned lead singer, songwriter and performer. He is a multi-instrumentalist, being a gifted advanced guitar player (lead, acoustic, classical and flamenco) and bass player, and a lyricist and poet who also plays keyboards and harmonica.

He has harnessed the gift of impersonation, something he has been doing since he was a child. This gift not only has lent to his keen sense of humor, it has also been a tremendous asset for both singing and voice-over.

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