Things That Get Youby Andrew S Hubbard
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�To me, a poem begins in loneliness and ends in fellowship. It is an outstretched hand; an opportunity to connect with others through images and emotions. And if you make that connection with me, then the flame we are all a part of burns just a little brighter. That�s my goal: to share with you the burning.�
- Andrew Hubbard
Things That Get You is a philosophical approach to the essential questions of life. It dives into ideas of life and mortality and muses on the connections between humanity and nature.
Hubbard�s poetry explores the importance of love and family in this modern world. He discusses what it means to be a father, a husband, and a man.
Hubbard�s thoughtful approach and beautifully crafted verses paints a vivid landscape of the nature of life in mid-western America. Both rhythmic and free-flowing, this collection of poetry absorbs us into his world.
Hubbard helps us to contemplate what life truly means to us.
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Meet the Author
Andrew Hubbard was born and raised in a small fishing village on the coast of Maine.
For most of his career, he worked as the Director of Training for a number of major financial institutions. He is a well-known speaker on the topic of corporate training, and has authored three books and dozens of articles on the subject.
He is a former martial artist and competitive weight-lifter, a casual student of cooking and wine, a gemologist, a collector of edged weapons, a licensed handgun instructor, and an avid outdoor photographer.
He graduated from Dartmouth College and Columbia University, receiving awards in Creative Writing and Psychology. He has multiple degrees and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing.
He currently lives in rural Indiana with his wife, two Siberian Huskies, and a demon cat.
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