Werewolf Haiku

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F+W Media, Aug 10, 2010 - Humor - 144 pages
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Dear haiku journal,
I think I killed some people.
That was no dog bite.

This journal contains the poetic musings of a mailman who, after being bitten by what he thinks is a dog, discovers that he is actually now a werewolf. Wreaking havoc wherever he goes, he details his new life and transformations in the 5-7-5 syllable structure of haiku—his poetry of choice.

Follow along as our werewolf poet slowly turns from a mostly normal man into the hairy beast that he cannot keep trapped inside. And watch out for carnage when he changes and becomes hungry. No toenail, no entrail, no pigtail will be left behind. And talk about wreaking havoc: His newfound claws and teeth have sent his clothing budget through the roof!

He is in love with a woman on his route, but he has never had the courage to tell her. As he fights against his urges during each full moon, he discovers that succumbing to his primal instincts will not only bag him a good meal—it just might help him in his quest for love…Or maybe not.

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User Review  - SparklePonies - LibraryThing

I just love these books. This one was not my favorite but I still thought the layout, graphics, images in the journal are one of a kind. At least these books keep me interested and entertained. Read full review

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User Review  - SparklePonies - LibraryThing

My least favorite of the four (so far) haiku books. There is a lot of talk about poop, vomit, and other bodily functions. This one felt scattered. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Ryan Mecum is the author of Zombie Haiku. He lives with his wife and daughter in Cincinnati and is constantly thinking of phrases that fit the 5-7-5 haiku syllable structure.

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