Like a blindfolded fool who stands on a street corner giving out free hugs, this poetry collection has many oddly shaped gifts to offer. Maybe you’ll come away with a feeling of affection, maybe with some type of infection, but your relationship with modern poetry will be changed. We hope for the better.
Praise for Frey:
“J Diego Frey is to poetry what Robert Mankoff is to New Yorker cartoons: dotted and humane, with a short reach to the absurd.” –Scott Sawyer, author of Earthly Fathers
“What a delight to read a poet who reminds us that ‘You can/ get what you want, but it’s silly,’ and yet then goes on to give us not only what we want, but what we need: cunningly crafted poems.” –David J Rothman, author of Living the Life and Parts of the DarknessTags: humorous poetry, National Poetry Month, poems, poetry