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The Republic of Naught

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Jay McLeod writes sharp, funny, angry poems about the struggle to resist conformity while working through a string of dead end jobs.
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Published October 5th 2010 by Philistine Press
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Feb 13, 2014 Storm Poetry rated it it was amazing
The Republic of Naught is the first book of poems by the Poet, Jay McLeod. The poetry is the undertoad of the New Age dream, the gritty reality of the North American junk wind diaspora. He writes laconic, funny, angry poems about his struggle while working in dead end service jobs.

Borrowing from the counter-culture themes of the Beat Poets, he is the New Age version of disallure, a young Charles Bukowski with a laptop, as if caught up in a struggle that should have been won long ago. The Americ
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