“Moo! Moo! Marvel at John Durak’s brilliant poetry! It rages off the page!” —Nick Cave, musician and author of The Death of Bunny Munro
“Durak’s poetry is extraordinary. Hard, sensual, clear, funny, and dazzling in its clarity and directness. His verse is shapes, elegant, and concise, combining strength, intensity, wit, and emotional impact in a manner that is rare and deeply satisfying. I am desperate for more.” —Stephen Fry, author of Mythos and Heroes
“I have never read anything like this. It is unpredictable, weird, profound, witty, and intelligent. I just love where this stuff takes me. Truly original.” —Benjamin Zephaniah, author of The Life and Ryhmes of Benjamin Zephaniah
“Durak’s poetry is the purest most visceral expression of twisted phenomenology that I have read in a long time. His words challenge, destabilize, and decenter. Read them with a sedative and an ax to hand, while marveling at their beauty.” —Will Self, author of Will: A Memoir and Great Apes
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