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Fire Diner: poems and shorts

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Poetry and brief prose by a young man who eats fire, sets his head on fire and speaks fire.
Paperback, First, 96 pages
Published March 3rd 2013 by Magic Trash Press
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Bryan Pedas
Sep 27, 2013 Bryan Pedas rated it it was amazing
To call this a collection of short stories would really be short selling it. What you have here is a very poignant collection of words. Stories, poems, observations - whether a few sentences or a few pages, all of these are worth a read.

At only 87 pages, this is a very quick read, and I found myself wanting to jump from story to story without stopping. I chewed through this book in one sitting. Each story is such a completely different and unique outlook on anything from the seedy night life, to
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Living by his wits in the blown out shell bottom of a ruined, crowded world, freelance writer ZACK KOPP has recently published four books with Magic Trash Press (check his Amazon page!) and more are coming soon, including a collection of essays called Where's Kopp? and a revised edition of his first novel, Camp Elasticity. His commentary on the Beat Generation's roots in Denver has just been ...more
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