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Darwin's Moon: A memoir of pain and glory in poetry and prose Paperback – July 16, 2013
About the Author
Tim Schaefer, self-described desert rat, resides in Tucson, Arizona, USA. He spent way too many years as a rock n roll radio deejay--both inside and outside the continental United States--yet somehow survived. His poetry and short stories have appeared in various literary publications, including South Dakota Review and Mind In Motion. He blogs as "Timoteo" at http://catnip-timoteo.blogspot.com
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No, dear timid little lamb. You will have fun when you are reading this book of poetry.
As an added bonus, most of the poems in this thin little volume are much cleaner than your average bathroom-stall poem. (At least, if you are a man. As a woman, most of the poetry I see on bathroom stalls is about kittens and rainbows.)
In conclusion, buy this book.