Playing with Matches is the ultimate collector’s edition by internationally bes-selling poet, Michael Faudet. A beautiful hardcover gift book that has been personally curated by the author featuring a compilation of the best work from his five published books and thirty-five new pieces of poetry and prose for readers to discover. A wonderful addition to any bookshelf with a pretty ribbon marker and attractive cloth covered spine.
To complement the exquisite and evocative poetry, prose, and short stories, this gorgeous book also gives readers a private glimpse into the author’s life. Comprising of black and white photographs taken by Michael Faudet that capture the inspiration behind the writing.
Playing with Matches is a must-have for fans of Dirty Pretty Things, Bitter Sweet Love, Smoke & Mirrors, Winter of Summers, and Cult of Two. A poetry lover’s delight with an additional 35 new pieces never before published in any Michael Faudet collection. An intricate exploration of love, heartbreak, seduction, self-empowerment, and sex that will spark your imagination and ignite the flames of passion that burn inside all of us.
Michael Faudet is the author of the international bestsellers, Dirty Pretty Things, Bitter Sweet Love, and Smoke & Mirrors. His poetic and often sensual writing continues to attract readers from all around the world. His books have been nominated in the Goodreads Choice Awards for Best Poetry. Dirty Pretty Things was selected by Sylvia Whitman, the owner of the iconic Shakespeare & Company bookstore in Paris, as one of her personal favorite books of 2016. He currently has over a million followers across his official Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.
Before turning his hand to writing books, Michael enjoyed a long career in advertising, as an award-winning Executive Creative Director. Working in New Zealand, Australia, the United States, and Asia.
Michael is represented by literary agency, Writers House, New York. He currently lives in New Zealand in a little house by the sea with girlfriend and author, Lang Leav.