Zombie Haiku: Good Poetry For Your...Brains

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F+W Media, Jun 30, 2008 - Humor - 160 pages
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In your hands is a poetry journal written by an undead poet, recounting his firsthand experience during the zombie plague. Little is known about the author before he turned into a zombie, but thanks to his continued writings in this journal - even after his death - you can accompany him from infection to demise. Through the intimate poetry of haiku, the zombie chronicles his epic journey through deserted streets and barricaded doors. Each three-line poem, structured in the classic 5-7-5 syllable structure, unravels a little more of the story. You'll love every eye-popping, gut-wrenching, flesh-eating page!

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User Review  - Yona - LibraryThing

This could get old very fast but it wasn't long enough to do so. Mr. Mecum gets an extra half star for this simply for pulling it off so well. Deliciously demented and gigglingly gross. I got a kick out of his appreciative comment to George Romero at the end too. Read full review

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User Review  - mzieg - LibraryThing

Just flipping through this gave my 13yr-old nightmares...place on a high shelf! Enormously funny, however, if you're into that sort of thing :-) Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Ryan Mecum lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, and spends most of his time watching terrible movies and reading comics. He has seen Evil Dead more times than he would care to mention, and he is a youth pastor at a Presbyterian church.

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