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Quirk Books, Jul 5, 2011 - Humor - 128 pages
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As contemporary poets sing the glories of birds and birch trees, regular guys are left scratching their heads. Who can speak for Everyman? Who will articulate his love for Xbox 360, for Mama Celeste’s frozen pizza, for the cinematic oeuvre of Bruce Willis? 

Enter Broetry—a stunning debut from a dazzling new literary voice. “Broet Laureate” Brian McGackin goes where no poet has gone before—to Star Wars conventions, to frat parties, to video game tournaments, and beyond. With poems like “Ode to That Girl I Dated for, Like, Two Months Sophomore Year” and “My Friends Who Don’t Have Student Loans,” we follow the Bro from his high school graduation and college experience through a “quarter-life crisis” and beyond.

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User Review  - melissarochelle - LibraryThing

Read on September 05, 2011 At times hilarious, other times sad...I never thought something called Broetry could be such good poetry. Loved it! I highly recommend reading it aloud with friends...definitely worth sharing! You could even have a Broetry reading party... Read full review

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User Review  - StephaniePetty - LibraryThing

This book of poetry for "bros" is absolutely hilarious! McGackin uses true poetry-writing skills and techniques and applies them to popular topics among college-age guys. Naturally, there is plenty of ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Brian McGackin has degrees from Emerson College and the University of Southern California. He lives in Los Angeles. This is his first book.

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