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America Plops and Fizzes Paperback – February 3, 2011

ISBN-13: 978-1934513309 ISBN-10: 193451330X Edition: First

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In this volume, Rihn serves us our Beetle Bailey, our logo-stamped litter, our caffeine and alcohol, then stops us a minute and challenges us to find creativity in echoes. These poems connect us to our environment--digitized, commodified, and frenetic--and, by acknowledging its contradictions, bring us back to each other. --Allen Hines, author of Screaming Freedom

Andrew Rihn is what every poet should be: an honest observer. This latest collection peels away countless layers of dirt hidden under the fingernails of this country. While short, these poems are not breezy. They will haunt you for hours after reading; rarely has a sinking feeling been so well put into words. --John Dorsey, author of Sodomy is a City in New Jersey

Andrew Rihn is what every poet should be: an honest observer. This latest collection peels away countless layers of dirt hidden under the fingernails of this country. While short, these poems are not breezy. They will haunt you for hours after reading; rarely has a sinking feeling been so well put into words. --John Dorsey, author of Sodomy is a City in New Jersey

Andrew Rihn is what every poet should be: an honest observer. This latest collection peels away countless layers of dirt hidden under the fingernails of this country. While short, these poems are not breezy. They will haunt you for hours after reading; rarely has a sinking feeling been so well put into words. --John Dorsey, author of Sodomy is a City in New Jersey

Andrew Rihn is what every poet should be: an honest observer. This latest collection peels away countless layers of dirt hidden under the fingernails of this country. While short, these poems are not breezy. They will haunt you for hours after reading; rarely has a sinking feeling been so well put into words. --John Dorsey, author of Sodomy is a City in New Jersey

About the Author

Andrew Rihn is the author of the chapbooks Outside the Clinic (Unlikely Stories, 20009), The Rust Belt MRI (Pudding House, 2010), and Foreclosure Dogs (Winged City Press, 2011). In 2008, he won the Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Scholarship Award. He has run creative writing workshops in a local domestic violence shelter and currently volunteers with Reentry Bridge Network, a non-profit connecting prisoners and the arts.

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