Plunderground : Early Works

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"To believe in a world where cruelty and sadness are muted by the choral grace of human kindness; a sate in which good deeds are instinctual and resistant to simple corruption, is to live and breathe a very religious delusion. Because life is shitty." Such is the depressing worldview of Lewis A. Beach. A poet more interested in Morrissey than Yates, a writer more interested in drinking and smoking than books. The ego is shameless and the words perhaps shameful. PLUNDERGROUND is the first self-published collection of thirty-four poems and three short stories written and compiled by the caricature of himself...himself. "I can't figure out if Lewis was drunk when writing this, although the fact he finished it suggests he was." Ben Gibbs, 'Shrinking Violets' "Drink induced literary vomit splattered on the sidewalk of human existence." Aleks Podraza, 'Zeitgeist'show more

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  • Paperback | 156 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 9mm | 177g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1514692082
  • 9781514692080