Ghost in the Club

Ghost in the Club Ghost in the Club is a book of poems based on an unreleased number one hit song It has over million views on YouTube It makes you blueberry pancakes in the morning when you re hungover It wilts on

  • Title: Ghost in the Club
  • Author: Greg Zorko
  • ISBN: 9780993946486
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ghost in the Club is a book of poems based on an unreleased number one hit song It has over 500 million views on YouTube It makes you blueberry pancakes in the morning when you re hungover It wilts on the floor like a weirdo flower Using understatement, uncanny non sequiturs, and a sharp sense of humour, these poems amplify the minute details that make up everyday lifeGhost in the Club is a book of poems based on an unreleased number one hit song It has over 500 million views on YouTube It makes you blueberry pancakes in the morning when you re hungover It wilts on the floor like a weirdo flower Using understatement, uncanny non sequiturs, and a sharp sense of humour, these poems amplify the minute details that make up everyday life and quietly celebrate their overlooked charm.Greg Zorko was born in 1990 in upstate New York He currently lives in Madison, Wisconsin where he writes things and goes to school Greg Zorko s poems are like little.zip files of emotion efficiently compressed, quickly unpacked, and sometimes dangerous in their infectious construction He excels at exploring those tough to define emotions sneaking around behind the backs of the big ones He s also funny as hell Ghost in the Club is like a joke book for people who are sick of joking around AUGUST SMITH, OF COOL SKULL PRESS Reading Ghost in the Club felt like jealously reading through the iMessage log of two people who love each other a lot, eavesdropping on their opinions on fried cheese curds, nephews birthday parties, Chicago Bulls leggings, Honey I Shrunk The Kids and Pok mon Blue These poems made me want to sneak up on a person from very far away, possibly hundreds or even thousands of miles, and whisper into their ear T Pain CRISPIN BEST, FABER NEW POETS

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    1. Greg Zorko Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Ghost in the Club book, this is one of the most wanted Greg Zorko author readers around the world.

    2. This collection is one I keep coming back to, have taken across country and give to friends shouting, "You must!" Greg meets us all right where we are, which is usually bed, and shares intimate silly sad moments you can't help but relate to- and in relating move your similar experiences from the 'awkward' to the 'cherished' column. Connecting comes easily to the poet, whether it's deep emotional connections with someone having a not good day, or drawing lines from play-doh demons to "how unlike [...]

    3. Mmm hit or miss. "blooming onion" on page 69 (niice) is real good. But like, yeah, definitely these are all objects from a place in the bracket of maybe three years. Like, yeah-dawg-I-feel-your-disillusionment poems. Recognize your coevals! Definitely feel that man, we're all characters rowin through this quirky life together. I think I like the shorter poems more. Black boughs in the metro station or something. Hit or miss.Hey Zorko how do you feel about Dave McGimpsey."Pop-Tart" is also really [...]

    4. I think Zorko might be a bit of a brat: "i felt similar to an alien / i saw the stars and planets / and i thought they looked / totally boring." I might levy that charge against most of us young folks, and definitely against most poets (and undoubtedly at everyone in the Metatron catalogue thus far); as I've said elsewhere, I think a lot of good poetry is selfish, but certainly there must be a balance where the medium serves to afford us our vulnerabilities just long enough to be serious, or to [...]

    5. how am I not gonna give this a bunch of stars. the cool person Greg Zorko sent me a hand-annotated edition and honestly I hope he is famous forever.

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