Kaleidoscopic Vision Maggots: A book of poems

Kaleidoscopic Vision Maggots: A book of poems

by Adam Schrader

Hardcover

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Overview

Adam Schrader has released a book of dark and exploratory poetry written with accompanying hand-drawn illustrations that feature a variety of characters.

These poems are a striking verbal assault, and contain imagery of economic death, loneliness, religion, relationships and political themes. Some of them were picked out from his high school journals. But for the most part, they were written in October of 2019.

The illustrations create a sensory overload enhancing the mood of each poem, and were mostly pulled from old journals.

The cover photo was taken at Standing Rock protests Schrader was covering for the New York Daily News (and a now-defunct news organization he founded called Wanderer News).

Have a laugh dissecting these like your English teachers taught you.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781078738781
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 10/27/2019
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.25(d)

About the Author

Adam Schrader, a "Master of Journalism" according to the University of North Texas, is an award-winning American journalist. He has written for publications including the New York Post, New York Daily News, Dallas Morning News and Griffith Review.

Schrader, who received a bachelor's degree in music business from Lubbock Christian University, has also released an album of weird avant-garde electronic music under the artist name Arcade Death Malfunction.

In the past, he once took an improv acting class and was even cast in school plays if you want to give him a role in a movie or something.

He now lives in Manhattan and enjoys going on adventures with his girlfriend who won't let him take pictures of her anymore because she says he takes too many.

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