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Killer Shark? Check.
Godzilla? Check.
Robots? Check.
Bigfoot? Check.
Elvis? Check.

What more could you want in your poetry? Rhymes?

Matt Betts' chapbook of humorous genre poetry both plucks at heartstrings while tickling your funnybone.

"...some fine examples of speculative poetry that manage to cut a razor's edge between funny and poignant without alienating a reader." - Aaron P
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Paperback, Second, 52 pages
Published September 5th 2012 by Alliteration Ink
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Poetry, poetry, poetry. I had a creative writing professor, way back in the long, long ago, who told me that nearly everyone writes poetry, but almost nobody reads it. Who can blame them? It’s a stuffy, outdated art form with way too many rigid rules performed largely by obnoxious, melodramatic fools. This is the point where I tend to tell people, in the parlance of the great modern-retro Syfy series, to frack themselves into oblivion. Preferably with a large fist in their nether eye. Forget mos ...more
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I've been writing for a number of years and had some good fortune in getting my work in print and online venues. I've also contributed as a staff member to Shock Totem Publications and Blood, Blade and Thruster magazine.

I'm a big fan of pop culture. I love old movies; good ones, bad ones, doesn't matter. Actually, I sometimes prefer the bad ones.

My first book, Odd Men Out, was launched this summe
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