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PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN
$4 (prisoners pay in stamps), 8 ½ X 11, ring bound, 16 pgs.

By brian
Monday, June 18 2007


This is a collection of seven poems, what they call “experimental poetry,” each accompanied by an abstract black and white drawing. All the poems are political in nature, protesting the war, the idiocy of the president, and related themes. Most of them consist of the stringing together of clichés and various common figures of speech, in a way that creates some new meanings from the old words. Very entertaining reading, especially for those of us who hate the current administration. –Brian Mosher (Shannon Colebank, Whizzbanger Productions, PO Box 5591, Portland, OR 97228)






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