Read Propaganda Monkeys - Twenty Poems From My Twenties: 1996 - 2006 by Harry Whitewolf Free Online
Book Title: Propaganda Monkeys - Twenty Poems From My Twenties: 1996 - 2006|
The author of the book: Harry Whitewolf
ISBN 13: 9781506008097
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Edition: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Date of issue: September 17th 2015
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Propaganda Monkeys: Twenty Poems From My Twenties is a short collection of punch packing prose pieces bursting with youthful vision, confusion and yearning. Amongst its pages, you’ll discover: vivid political anger, reflections on love, scepticism towards the plugged-in Capitalist world, a little bit of no-nonsense nonsense, personal moments of coping with depression, a sprinkle of wry humour, and a contemporary dose of boundary pushing, beat pumping verse, from when author Harry Whitewolf was just a cub.
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Read information about the authorHarry Whitewolf is doing his own thing.
He's the author of two raffish true travelling tales that read like fiction (Route Number 11 and The Road To Purification), and seven collections of contemporary poetry, including Underdogs Unite, New Beat Newbie, Two Beat Newbie, and Rhyme and Rebellion - which was one of Readfree.ly's 50 Best Indie Books of 2016.
You can read Two Beat Newbie for FREE on Harry's website; where you'll also find his fun and quirky poetry performance videos: www.harrywhitewolf.com
Harry also writes and illustrates humorous children's books under the pen name of Mr. Wolf. Cartoon illustration services are now available at his website: www.booksforchildren.wix.com/mrwolf
And you can find Harry's whacky fiction in the book ReejecttIIon - a number two.
Whitewolf is a forty-two-year-old English protestor who hopes to see world peace in his lifetime, and yes, Harry believes miracles are possible.