Jeremy Void has another book of poetry. Poetry for Punks, the way it's meant to be. Poems range from Uncle Sam raping a woman with a shopping bag on TV, to heavy, detailed tellings of a young man struggling to break out from the nefarious clutches of addiction. From feeling like an alien in a world filled with brainless entertainment and only wanting, needing, a place of his own where Jeremy Void can be free to be himself, to spinning violent webs of thought in his own head and wanting, needing, an escape from his own madness before it murders him. Jeremy Void has lived a wild life, fast-paced and thrilling, and now, having slipped out of that killer lifestyle unscathed, he brings you poetry that demonstrates the derelict ways of his past. Torn, mixed-up, and rotten, Jeremy Void is a lyrical mastermind, spinning one engrossing poem after another.