Home » during my nervous breakdown i want to have a biographer present by Brandon Scott Gorrell
during my nervous breakdown i want to have a biographer present Brandon Scott Gorrell

during my nervous breakdown i want to have a biographer present

Brandon Scott Gorrell

Published
ISBN :
Kindle Edition
88 pages
Enter the sum

 About the Book 

Bret Easton Ellis for the Gmail chat generation.—Kelley Hoffman, Refinery 29[O]ne of the best books of American poetry Ive read in years.—Michael Schaub, BookslutGorrells book is a thoughtful yet humorous collection of entertaining poems.MoreBret Easton Ellis for the Gmail chat generation.—Kelley Hoffman, Refinery 29[O]ne of the best books of American poetry Ive read in years.—Michael Schaub, BookslutGorrells book is a thoughtful yet humorous collection of entertaining poems. [...] Makes me wish I had kept up with poetry writing.—Jeffrey Brown, author of clumsy...excruciatingly intimate...- Bomb Magazine...thoroughly confounding [...] either extremely easy to understand or extremely befuddling...—Molly Young, We Love You SoSuch hilarious, surprising, aphoristic poems. They do not stop at funny: they move into the territory of sad- the drab panic of daily life.—Deb Olin Unferth, author of REVOLUTIONI like these poems. I really do. They made me laugh.—Matthew Rohrer, author of A GREEN LIGHTI feel lonely, and while Im lonely, reading this book makes me feel less lonely.—Noah Cicero, author of THE HUMAN WARI have been going through a thing lately of not feeling like I want to read, unless I have to (like Im on a bus or something), but I read Brandons book and enjoyed it a lot and felt excited.—Chris Killen, author of THE BIRD ROOMThis is an awesome collection. I read it straight through, not even pausing to brush away the spider that was building a web between my knees.- Sam Pink, author of RONTELGorrells poetic landscapes are vast and intangible. His poems explore outer space, Internet, the mind.—The RumpusGorrell mixes humor, personification, and hyperbole to show the narrators inability to relate to people. [...] A line like i want to sleep on a zebra while it gets eaten by a lion may sound funny, but it shows the narrators desire for a passive but violent death.—Hipster Book Club