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“Broetry provides poetic meanderings for the everydude.”—Time.com
Chosen as one of the Best Covers of 2011 by The Huffington Post
Great for a coffee table, bathroom, or entertaining friends- could easily be turned into a game; fun jokes and interesting takes on the modern male perspective.Published 19 months ago by Elizabeth
Why read: Received for review
What impressed me: I'm no poetry fan, but I could get through this book easily and managed to be mildly entertained for the most part. Read more
Broetry is a funny and engaging book of poetry that take on contemporary manly topics, from the perils of Craigslist, an "Ode to Taylor Swift," and both Star Trek and Star Wars. Read morePublished on June 10, 2012 by CuteEverything
Considering poetry has a problem with its writers and readers being pretentious (See one star reviews), this book came as a welcome surprise. Read morePublished on May 1, 2012 by Amazon Customer
What is not to like in, "Why Do Buses Smell?"
The young girls asks her
mother. I listen, because
I want to know, too. Read more
Brian McGackin's short poetry compilation Boetry is a funny take on being a "Bro" and all that entails from a cheeky, occasional mock up of previous classical poems to funny new... Read morePublished on November 11, 2011 by Becky at "One Literature Nut"
I confess: I like my poetry down to earth, sexy/sexual, and with a sense of humor; "Broety" manages to be all these things at once, and does it with style! Read morePublished on August 24, 2011 by Lauren Ingram