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Expect the unexpected in this unique clutch of poems, observations, stories, and rants. Robert Scott takes on love, Olympic snowboarding, lies, alcohol addiction, family, even multinational pharmaceutical corporations with his signature amalgam of dark humor, self-effacing honesty, and a scoop or two of politically incorrect rage. Whether you love slam, spoken word, free verse, potato salad, or pissed off, middle aged suburbanite, Scott’s “3:17 a.m.” offers something that will resonate with you. This collection is a must for everyone who ever waded through tiresome, eleventh grade poetry lessons hoping for signs of life.
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Robert Scott is a mediocre guitarist, cyclist, chef, and cross country runner. He's never written for "The New Yorker" or "National Geographic" and doesn't stand a chance of being called up to play third base for the Boston Red Sox. His "Eldarn Sequence" and "Sailor Doyle" novels are available from Gollancz, and he can eat his own weight in New Orleans gumbo. Scott teaches Edgar Poe stories to uninterested high school students and writes poetry that improves proportionately with the number of drinks you've consumed. Read more lies about Robert at www.robscottbooks.com.
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Book Description Rob Scott Books, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0692577246
Book Description Rob Scott Books, 2015. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 110 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.25 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk0692577246