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creepy little death poems Paperback – February 1, 2014
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About the Author
Tiffany Tang is a writer, actor and sci-fi geek. While her academic and creative pursuits have found her in Massachusetts, England and New York City, she currently resides in her hometown of San Diego, California. She is a contributor to the San Diego Union-Tribune Arts Section and a writer for Intrepid Shakespeare Company. 'Creepy Little Death Poems' is her first book and promises to be the most uplifting. www.tiffanyanntang.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
One of the heavier poems in the book is “20”. And it is the one that drives home the idea that while there may be lots of laughs before and after, there was a moment when things changed. There was a moment when death became Death.
Have no doubt, this is a book about depression. An excellent book of poetry that will make you smile and laugh, and frown and think. So what are you waiting for?
- Jason Bates, PunksWritePoemsPress
My grandfather must have been armed with some of the wisdom and wit contained in this book, because Miss Tang seems intimately comfortable with her partner in palaver. These poems are strictly conversational, but underneath the breezy banter are the profound and terrifying truths we all struggle with. Who will we love, and will they love us? Why are we here, and what part of this existence is true? Why is the universe tending to an ever-greater state of entropy? Death has plenty of answers for Miss Tang.
Death has an answer for everyone, eventually. Why not get a preview, and put him off for a little while, like my Grandpa?
The illustrations are simple and perfectly enhance the mood of the book. They made me laugh.