Michael Patrick F. Smith

Michael Patrick F. Smith is a folksinger and playwright currently based in central Kentucky. His plays, including Woody Guthrie Dreams and Ain't No Sin, have been staged in Baltimore and New York. As a musician, he has shared the stage with folk luminaries such as Ramblin' Jack Elliott, as well as several prominent indie rock bands. Smith has also worked as a stage actor, a bartender, junk hauler, furniture mover, book store clerk, contractor, receptionist, event producer, driver, office temp, stage hand, waiter, security guard, set fabricator, legal assistant, grocer, oil field hand, and now writer. The Good Hand is his first book. Visit his website at thegoodhand.org.

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Author: Michael Patrick F. Smith | Narrator: Michael Patrick F. Smith
Release Date: February 16, 2021
"Remarkable . . . this is the book that Hillbilly Elegy should have been." --Kirkus ReviewsA vivid window into the world of working class men set during the Bakken fracking boom in North DakotaLike thousands of restless men left unmoored in...