New Beat Newbie

New Beat Newbie

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Written in a frantic blur of inspiration over the first two months of 2015, this collection of contemporary neo-beat poetry is a passionately delivered, in your face dose of pop prose for the digital, conspiratorial, twenty first century world. Political poems like Kissinger Can Kiss My Ass and Frack Off ride alongside conspiracy themed odes like Illuminate Me Illuminati and Fly Your False Flags. There are beat homages (Cider With Snyder, The New Beat Newbies), mystical musings (Bye Bye Bao Bao, Mystic Prison), poems mimicking and mocking the modern age (#Smiley Face, Googling Goo), as well as tales of timeless hedonism (Legless Pub Crawls, Malbec Green Bottle Neck). Both comic and tragic, angry and compassionate, this collection of new poems is ultimately Whitewolf's howling for a peaceful revolution. Beginning with rhythmic baby new beats.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 94 pages
  • 128.52 x 198.37 x 5.59mm | 154.22g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508645833
  • 9781508645832

About Harry Whitewolf

Harry Whitewolf has always lived in two worlds. In the real world, he's a writer and a traveller - with a background in visual art, performance poetry and workshop tuition. In the ethereal world, he's a spiritual warrior. He lives life by following signs, following dreams and following his heart. But he's not ashamed of admitting that he often screws it all up. His writing has a distinctive style all of its own, but its beat driven prose is certainly inspired by those tea toking cheap trick beatnik geniuses of bygone bebop days. Harry, contrary to popular belief, is actually just a bloke and not of a canine species. He was born in 1976 and lives in England. He hopes to see world peace in his lifetime, and yes, he believes miracles are possible Search and you will find Harry Whitewolf, his books, his blog, his updates and more at www.goodreads.comshow more

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