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ROAD WARRIOR HAWK: Poems about Depression, Anxiety and Pop Culture by Brian Alan Ellis

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100 POEMS ABOUT Guns N’ Roses tattoos ★ Hulk Hogan ★ punk rock ★ Brie Larson ★ love ★ Channing Tatum ★ The Golden Girls ★ death ★ Whitney Houston ★ Tinder ★ Greta Gerwig ★ blood ★ sugar ★ sex ★ magic ★ Beyoncé ★ Star Wars ★ Sean Penn’s performance as a mentally handicapped person in that one movie ★ random superheroes ★ Netflix ★ goths ★ South Park ★ Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol ★ AC/DC t-shirts salvaged from dumpsters ★ Marilyn Manson ★ Ultimate Warrior ★ Jean-Claude Van Damme ★ Seal ★ Dr. Dre ★ Martin Shkreli ★ cats ★ Miami Vice ★ Prince ★ Twin Peaks ★ astrology ★ emo ★ Nicolas Cage ★ Steven Seagal ★ KISS ★ Forest Whitaker ★ depression ★ Kate Bush ★ Back to the Future 2 ★ Stone Cold Steve Austin ★ the entire Jamaican bobsled team from the movie Cool Runnings ★ Shia LaBeouf ★ Milli Vanilli ★ loneliness ★ childhood trauma ★ Drake ★ Jaws sequels ★ reality television ★ Bart Simpson ★ anxiety ★ Robocop ★ Cher ★ McDonald’s ★ nu metal ★ the 1995 Sinbad film Houseguest ★ Jet Li ★ Glen Frey ★ Chuck Norris ★ MTV ★ substance abuse problems ★ Belle and Sebastian ★ SoundCloud rappers ★ the Internet ★ gay dogs that worship Satan ★ people who talk like Vin Diesel AND SO MUCH MORE!

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PRAISE FOR BRIAN ALAN ELLIS

“[Ellis’s writing] is damn funny and whip smart, and what you end up with is a stroke of pure creative ingenuity.”—Red Fez

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140 pages // Paperback

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BRIAN ALAN ELLIS is the author of several books, including Sad Laughter (Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2018). His writing has appeared at Juked, Hobart, Fanzine, Monkeybicycle, Electric Literature, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Funhouse, Heavy Feather Review, Yes Poetry and Queen Mob’s Tea House, among other places. When not tweeting sad and clever things at both @brianalanellis and @HouseofVlad, he tries coaxing his psychic terror to grow a beard so that the beard can stand triumphantly atop a snowy Russian mountain à la the pivotal training montage from Rocky IV.