Prescott resident (The Other) Paul Kirchner has just released his first poetry book, “The New Life of PJ McMOUSE (a poem of sorts).”
PJ McMouse is a character for all ages. Becoming weary of a complicated life he really can’t rewind, PJ decides to start life anew, shunning his past and deciding to live a life of kind-hearted adventure with the friends he loves! His innate ability to make others smile and to live their lives to the fullest is THE driving force behind his adventurous spirit, and he certainly has quite an imagination he’d like to share with those around him. So, come on along with PJ and friends – there’s never (no, never!) an unhappy ending.
The poetry uses modern, yet timeless vernacular, and is an excellent primer for vocabulary-building. Paul not only created the poetry, but also hand-painted each illustration.
Originally from New York City, Kirchner is often recognized around Prescott as the fellow who dresses up in the style of the 1920s virtually every day. He is not only an artist, poet and author, but also a Christian minister, voice actor and occasional model. He can be found at Fry’s on Miller Valley Road virtually every day, so if you see him… introduce yourself.
Kirchner’s book is available on Amazon.