Michael Aaron Casares: Official

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About The Distance To The End

Reunited with his estranged lover, Raoul, poet, Nicholas Duke has been invited for a celebratory weekend in Las Vegas with his friends Neville and Gladys Acosta. There are under currents stirring though, as Nick deals with Raoul’s new found love for drugs and excess while trying to control his own attraction to vice. Even Gladys and Neville have a history with illicit substances, and soon all four must find their way through Vegas riding the high of the new American dream: fast fortune and faster living, while gambling against all odds. First in a series of Nicholas Duke novels, The Distance to the End is stimulant-enhanced, literary pop fiction fans of early Burroughs or Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas would enjoy.

Sad Height
(as Jacob Gray)
​Virgogray Press, 2005

Poetry - Out of Print 
$25.00 / limited qty remaining

This Reality of Man
Michael Aaron Casares
LT Press, 2011
​Poetry

Welcome to the official website and blog for Michael Aaron Casares, author, poet and publisher. Here you will find information regarding projects, news, public appearances, and other writerly items. Please visit the author's blog if you wish to peruse the personal plights of said author, and remain in the know of his existence. There also be other writerly items at his blog, with poetry, short fiction, novel excerpts, and more soon to come. Be sure to check out Michael's publications, and reading gallery if you'd like to read any of his work available on the inter-webs. Thanks for stopping by, and come back and visit soon.

The Distance to the End reads like the beginning to a grand adventure…

                                                    – The US Review of Books



The Distance To The End shines in a revealing, passionate read that takes the glitzy impersonal backdrops of Vegas, sex, and relationships and elevates them to new levels...

 
                                                  - The Midwest Book Review

Michael Aaron Casares reading at the Flor de Nopal Literary Festival, 2014.

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