Poetry. Jun 2009. 88 pages, perfect bound, 100% recycled paper.
"Bret Easton Ellis for the Gmail chat generation."
—Kelley Hoffman, The Pipeline
"[O]ne of the best books of American poetry I’ve read in years."
—Michael Schaub, Bookslut
"Gorrell's 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
"Such 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 VACATION
"I like these poems. I really do. They made me laugh."
—Matthew Rohrer, author of A GREEN LIGHT
"I feel lonely, and while I'm lonely, reading this book makes me feel less lonely."
—Noah Cicero, author of THE HUMAN WAR
"I have been going through a thing lately of not feeling like I want to read, unless I 'have' to (like I'm on a bus or something), but I read Brandon's book and enjoyed it a lot and felt excited."
—Chris Killen, author of THE BIRD ROOM
"This 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 PERSON
Brandon Scott Gorrell (b. 1984) is co-publisher of Thought Catalog. He can be followed on Twitter.
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