Braeden Michaels as a child began to write three or four lines of poetry on a post it notes. His mother from time to time would find them and place them on the refrigerator. He found himself in teenage years writing in notebooks.
Braeden stumbled upon two of his greatest influences, Allen Ginsberg and Tom Waits.
Throughout his roller coaster of a life, reading and writing has always been a constant despite it being hidden like a secret. Now that he is in his forties, he aims to be a pioneer in the literary atmosphere. The secret has been carefully removed from the vault. He is the creator of Deconstructive Literature and continues his journey as a writer.
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