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Five Words That Can Cripple a Man
     

Five Words That Can Cripple a Man

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by Max Mundan
 
A collection of poems by Max Mundan.

About the author:
Max Mundan's poetry and short stories have been published in over 50 online and print publications including The Dressing Room Poetry Journal and The Stone Path Review. His poem My Sisters Wedding was selected from over 10,000 submissions for inclusion in the Los Angeles Times poetry feature.

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A collection of poems by Max Mundan.

About the author:
Max Mundan's poetry and short stories have been published in over 50 online and print publications including The Dressing Room Poetry Journal and The Stone Path Review. His poem My Sisters Wedding was selected from over 10,000 submissions for inclusion in the Los Angeles Times poetry feature. He is the author of two previous poetry collections, "JUNKIES DIE ALONE" (Thought Catalog Books, 2014) and "EVERYONE IS BROKEN" (Hollow Publishing, 2015). He operates popular websites at maxmundan.com and maxmundan.tumblr.com.

Cover Art by Thyra Rutter

Product Details

BN ID:
2940157939533
Publisher:
Underground Voices
Publication date:
01/29/2016
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
352 KB

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Max Mundan’s poetry and short stories have been published in over 50 online and print publications including The Dressing Room Poetry Journal and The Stone Path Review. His poem My Sisters Wedding was selected from over 10,000 submissions for inclusion in the Los Angeles Times poetry feature. He is the author of two previous poetry collections, “JUNKIES DIE ALONE” (Thought Catalog Books, 2014) and “EVERYONE IS BROKEN” (Hollow Publishing, 2015). He operates popular websites at maxmundan.com and maxmundan.tumblr.com.

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Five Words That Can Cripple a Man 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Poetry should "stir the pot." It should outrage, provoke, cajole, lecture....It should take you to places you may not want to think about, but are there just the same, always under one's prescribed sensibilities. This poetry is one such collection. You won't be disappointed.