HATE YOU CAN TRUST Another Dance Around the Maypole With The Klute

HATE YOU CAN TRUST Another Dance Around the Maypole With The Klute

by The Klute
     
 
Another collection of poetry from The Klute, featuring:
Love Letter to Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin
2012
The Merit Badge of Pain
Adam and Steve
Burn Wall Street Burn
Madman
Hip-Hop Republican
Fun for the Whole Family
Leprechaun’s Wake
A Warning to Levi Johnston from the Colonists of LV-426

With a forward by

Overview

Another collection of poetry from The Klute, featuring:
Love Letter to Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin
2012
The Merit Badge of Pain
Adam and Steve
Burn Wall Street Burn
Madman
Hip-Hop Republican
Fun for the Whole Family
Leprechaun’s Wake
A Warning to Levi Johnston from the Colonists of LV-426

With a forward by The Monarch lot's of rambling, the Klute's poetic satirical pen is as sharp as ever, and no one is spared in this latest collection.

From the author:
"Salvador Dalí once said 'The sole difference between myself and a madman is the fact that I am not mad!' Consider this work my clutch at sanity, a pop-culture surrealist attempt to reconcile the monstrosity that is American culture with the beauty it can produce. Hatred in poetry, laughter in the face of incredibly banal nightmares. That’s all delightfully pretentious, isn’t it?"

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014022392
Publisher:
Brick Cave Media
Publication date:
02/08/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
191 KB

Meet the Author

People are talking about The Klute!:

“It’s curious, your use of the word ‘propaganda’... [as this] must not align with your world view, Klute. There’s no place in Obama’s ‘democratic socialism’ for slam poets.”

—“Veritas Vincit”, Sonoran Alliance

“Have [Al Gore’s] All-Seeing-Eye, The “Voodoo Man” Klute, get you up to speed on current events. He’s good. Dang good.”

—“wanumba”, Sonoran Alliance

“The Klute may think that semantic games constitute an adequate response to fascism but those of us with a knowledge of history know full well where that road leads.”

—“Phoenix Insurgent,” member of
the anarchist Phoenix Class War
Council

A rare breed of Southern Arizona slam poet, originally raised in Southern Florida (however, he's not a native Floridian - rumors trace his origin back to Illinois).
Abhors use of rhyme schemes in poetry, writes almost exclusively in free verse.
Frequent targets: the goth subculture, neoconservatism (especially Dick Cheney), and crass-commericalism.
Member of the 2002, 2003, 2005, and 2006 Mesa National Slam teams (Mesa's 2005 slam champion), and 2008's Phoenix Slam Team.

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