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Everything Has A Place

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A nineteen-poem chapbook by NPS-winning member of Team SNO (Slam New Orleans) Justin Lamb. Sillier and more fun than 96% of the books you're reading, the poems discuss among other things: snacks, Akon, basketball, the Louisiana wetlands, karaoke, Disney's Beauty and the Beast, parades, breakups, and talking to women (though snacks and breakups should be mentioned twice).

Funny as Everything Has A Place may be, the cumulative effect of the poems is deeper than a chuckle; these poems relate to anyone looking for a home either in people or place.

40 pages, Paperback

Published January 16, 2016

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February 17, 2016
Funny, smart, thoughtful, powerful, honest, and thin. This book emulates the poet. I love it and would recommend this book to anyone who has ever felt a little out of place. I couldn't put it down the first time I started reading it. Justin Lamb's writing leaves you yearning for the next outrageously hilarious or devastatingly candid line while simultaneously trying to guess which is coming next.
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