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  1. 4 out of 5

    Melki

    sometimes these things write themselves J.J. Campbell i was coming home from the store today i drove past a cemetery and there was a funeral going on i noticed the song playing on the radio was another one bites the dust by queen i laughed and reached for pen and paper Arthur Graham unveils a big thick book o' poetry sure to please the palates of . . . um, well . . . people looking for unusual verse, I suppose. There are funny poems, sad poems, and downright nasty poems. I prefer the funny ones, and all the ones sometimes these things write themselves J.J. Campbell i was coming home from the store today i drove past a cemetery and there was a funeral going on i noticed the song playing on the radio was another one bites the dust by queen i laughed and reached for pen and paper Arthur Graham unveils a big thick book o' poetry sure to please the palates of . . . um, well . . . people looking for unusual verse, I suppose. There are funny poems, sad poems, and downright nasty poems. I prefer the funny ones, and all the ones by Ben John Smith and Johnny Scarlotti. And, tough guy poets knitting circle by John Grochalski is worth the price of admission alone . . . (excerpt) : i'm a dishwasher, one tough guy poet writes so everything i put down on paper is authentic and real fuck that, another misunderstood wordslinger posts i drive a truck, so that makes me the chosen one yeah, well, i worked in the warehouses, another chimes in that is, until i got my cushy librarian job but i'll still take any fucker in a bar Poetry. It's not for the faint of heart.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Janie C.

    A thoroughly entertaining compilation that made me smile, snicker, cringe and applaud, sometimes all at once. This comprehensive collection was wholly satisfying due to the intoxicating mix of subjects, emotions and writing styles. Keep 'em coming, HST. A thoroughly entertaining compilation that made me smile, snicker, cringe and applaud, sometimes all at once. This comprehensive collection was wholly satisfying due to the intoxicating mix of subjects, emotions and writing styles. Keep 'em coming, HST.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Arthur Graham

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  4. 4 out of 5

    Charles

    This can be a great gateway to reading poetry for people who have darker (or just grosser) leanings and have a dislike of poetry due to a negative experience with it (probably in school). The book is divided into horror poems, sleaze poems and trash poems (and non-classifiable poems) and the selections for each section are appropriate. Generally speaking the poetry is highly readable and conversational. The poems run the spectrum in terms of pushing the reader's buttons, offending taste and thro This can be a great gateway to reading poetry for people who have darker (or just grosser) leanings and have a dislike of poetry due to a negative experience with it (probably in school). The book is divided into horror poems, sleaze poems and trash poems (and non-classifiable poems) and the selections for each section are appropriate. Generally speaking the poetry is highly readable and conversational. The poems run the spectrum in terms of pushing the reader's buttons, offending taste and throwing the spotlight on situations and feelings that we are socially conditioned not to acknowledge as part of who we are and how human interactions work. There is definitely a strong influence of Bukowski that runs throughout. I cruised through this book in a day and remembered how fun it can be to read poetry again and the many types of economy the medium can provide. There was a wide variety of styles, voices and themes. A few of my favorites were "Interview with a Poet," "Japan 2004" and "Ridiculous Male Bravado."

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    I took my time reading this collection, savouring the fine poems contained within. One of the things I dislike with their quarterly releases is the length, you just get into it and boom it's over. In this book that has been overcome as you get 240 pages crammed full of poems/prose by some of my favourite writers, Johnny Scarlotti, Ben John Smith, Scott Laudati, Rebecca Gransden, A. Lynn Blumer, John D. Robinson and Leah Mueller just to name a few....even the mighty Harry Whitewolf manages to sli I took my time reading this collection, savouring the fine poems contained within. One of the things I dislike with their quarterly releases is the length, you just get into it and boom it's over. In this book that has been overcome as you get 240 pages crammed full of poems/prose by some of my favourite writers, Johnny Scarlotti, Ben John Smith, Scott Laudati, Rebecca Gransden, A. Lynn Blumer, John D. Robinson and Leah Mueller just to name a few....even the mighty Harry Whitewolf manages to slip one in. (hehe) The book has been nicely split into THREE parts, poems based around Horror, Sleaze and Trash....and a fourth part at the end which I think is the editors ripping off the Marvel movies by giving you an extra bit at the end. There was one poem that stood out far above the others which I'll include here as a sample to entice you into giving the book a go, this is the best poem I've read this year: Rhetorical Question David Boski after sitting there listening to their tedious conversation where they relentlessly insulted all men from all walks of life referring to them with names such as: assholes douchebags and liars amongst other things while suggesting that it was impossible for them to find anybody even remotely worth dating in this big city of ours I finally took a sip of my beer and proposed a simple question – “did you ever think that, perhaps you’re a cunt?” This book lives up to it's name as being horrifying, sleazy and trashy and I highly recommend it because it is also great fun. Blog review: https://felcherman.wordpress.com/2019...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Casey Kiser

    Absolute Fire. Drinking games? Who needs Cards Against Humanity when you got Horror Sleaze Trash? Just saying. I see you $carlotti. This really is as good as it gets. Great job, Arthur. We salute you. And your leopard panties.Truly, an incredible collection!!! Shout out to my very faves in no special order: ‘Fucking’ A. Lynn Blumer, ‘I Write Poetry’ Corey White, ‘Can’t Stop’ and ‘New Girl’ Johnny Scarlotti, Love Poems’ Omar Alexandre, ‘Making Feminism Great Again’ India LaPlace, ‘Porn Star’ J.A. Absolute Fire. Drinking games? Who needs Cards Against Humanity when you got Horror Sleaze Trash? Just saying. I see you $carlotti. This really is as good as it gets. Great job, Arthur. We salute you. And your leopard panties.Truly, an incredible collection!!! Shout out to my very faves in no special order: ‘Fucking’ A. Lynn Blumer, ‘I Write Poetry’ Corey White, ‘Can’t Stop’ and ‘New Girl’ Johnny Scarlotti, Love Poems’ Omar Alexandre, ‘Making Feminism Great Again’ India LaPlace, ‘Porn Star’ J.A. Carter-Winward, ‘The Dick Died Inside’ Rebecca Gransden, ‘Exhumer’ Benjamin Blake, ‘’Lovely Filth’ Winter Zakalwe, ‘’The Broken Stripper’ Karl Koweski, ‘Definition’ Aneka Brunssen, ‘This Poetry Business’ John D. Robinson, ‘Vicious Girls’ Stephanie Wytovich, ‘’Charitable’ Vanessa De Largie, ‘I Know I’m Addicted’ Cassandra Dallet, ‘Piss on it’ Arthur Graham, ‘Drunk’ $carlotti.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Stephen McQuiggan

    See that ball of slime arcing across the literary void? That's just HST hitting it out of the park again. Ben John Smith finds a touching redemption in the last six lines of 'Big Shot'; Rebecca Gransden raises a smile as she confirms all my fears of the female species, whilst Chelsea Oliver confirms all my shame of the male; JJ Campbell just made me laugh. Another fine outing for the malicious mavericks of HST. See that ball of slime arcing across the literary void? That's just HST hitting it out of the park again. Ben John Smith finds a touching redemption in the last six lines of 'Big Shot'; Rebecca Gransden raises a smile as she confirms all my fears of the female species, whilst Chelsea Oliver confirms all my shame of the male; JJ Campbell just made me laugh. Another fine outing for the malicious mavericks of HST.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rayjan Koehler

    Some left me scratching my head thinking "What the hell did i just read?" It had me glued to the end though- so i suppose it did it's job. I got the free download, and didn't buy a physical copy which would be hard to hide what I was reading in public (Maybe even saved from being kicked out of places). Some left me scratching my head thinking "What the hell did i just read?" It had me glued to the end though- so i suppose it did it's job. I got the free download, and didn't buy a physical copy which would be hard to hide what I was reading in public (Maybe even saved from being kicked out of places).

  9. 4 out of 5

    India

    Such a great collection filled with a variety of really wonderful writers.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jack Stark

    Spoopy Filthy Detritus. Not enough tits.

  11. 4 out of 5

    A. Blumer

    HST Press never ceases to deliver a wild variety of Poetry true to their namesake. What I loved most about this collection was it felt like being at a basement rager where each poet hands you a different drug or drink with the only context being "you'll survive", but for a moment there you're not sure if you will. You do survive, but you still wake up naked under the hedges, your gut in knots and cheeks sore from laughter while you recollect the evening with your thumb stuck in your own mouth. An HST Press never ceases to deliver a wild variety of Poetry true to their namesake. What I loved most about this collection was it felt like being at a basement rager where each poet hands you a different drug or drink with the only context being "you'll survive", but for a moment there you're not sure if you will. You do survive, but you still wake up naked under the hedges, your gut in knots and cheeks sore from laughter while you recollect the evening with your thumb stuck in your own mouth. An experience not for the faint of heart, but a worthwhile lesson is there if you can just survive the night.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sherron

    Warning: satire with triggers of probably every sort possible. I have too many triggers, but I also have a fucked up sense of humor. This book is available under Arthur’s review, so I read two dozen pages or so. For some reason, this book was in my search results when looking for any book pertaining to Corey Quinn, a scathingly humorous cloud expert. But I don’t think he wrote any of these....?

  13. 4 out of 5

    Albert

    I really love your story, it deserves a lot of audience. If you have some great stories like this one, you can publish it on NovelStar, just submit your story to [email protected] or [email protected]

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mike Zone

  15. 4 out of 5

    J.J. Campbell

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tom Over

  17. 4 out of 5

    J.A. Carter-Winward

  18. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Cheresnick

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lucianna Wolfstone

  20. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Lewis

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tohm Bakelas

  22. 4 out of 5

    JP

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kent Winward

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sassy Sedusa

  25. 4 out of 5

    Megan Alyse

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gary

  27. 5 out of 5

    Justin Grimbol

  28. 4 out of 5

    Peter Stevenson

  29. 4 out of 5

    Gordon Bois

  30. 4 out of 5

    Carol

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