Tell It to My Locker Partner

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 20, 2009 - Poetry - 407 pages
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Plucked out of thin air like golden silk spun from the mind of a worm marinated in the cheap tequila unearthed from a pirate ship on the banks of the Mississippi from a flash flood of Cajun Creativity, TELL IT TO MY LOCKER PARTNER reminds us all that death, like Word 95, has no spell-check, and that poetry only performs miracles for those who love chocolate. Three years in the making, thirty-six years in production, and one sunny afternoon away from being drenched in salt water, TELL IT TO MY LOCKER PARTNER is a "fine collection of stories and poetry" (New York Book Quotes), from "a true American original working comfortably within his genre." (St. Louis Dispatch) "Bellman has done it again" (Internet Book Reviews). ""With this thirteenth book, Gabriel Leif Bellman has proven that even his B-Sides are tough enough for the A-Team." (Ann Arbor Radio News)
 

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This book is awesome. I came across it in a library. It's got poems and stories. I laughed a lot.

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Gabriel Leif Bellman was born in Eugene, Oregon. He was awarded a Bachelor’s from USC’s School of Cinematic Arts (’95), a Master’s from New York University (’99), and a Juris Doctorate from U. C. Hastings ('05). He has been a high-school teacher; MTV producer; umbrella salesman; restaurant host; dishwasher; lumber feeder; assembly liner; slam poet; warehouse stacker; SOMA magazine correspondent; opera composer at Juilliard, groundskeeper; and ‘Playboy’ assistant. He has worked construction (Mexico); lived abroad (Spain, Ireland, Holland); and devoted extensive time to traveling (Europe, North Africa, the United States, Middle East, and Caribbean). He directed a film while traveling with the circus in Ireland (‘Duffy’s Irish Circus’ 2005). He has worked with female prisoners in California. Currently, Mr. Bellman lives in San Francisco where he is an attorney. One of the underrated 3-point shooters of his generation, Mr. Bellman won the Los Angeles city hoops championship in 1995. His agent gladly fields calls about his NBA availability (he will only sign with a title contender).

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