Junkyard Ghost Revival by Anis MojganiJunkyard Ghost Revival by Anis Mojgani

Junkyard Ghost Revival

byAnis Mojgani, Derrick Brown, Buddy Wakefield

Paperback | October 1, 2008

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This book contains poetry from a small team of wildly unique, talented and award-winning authors who have been touring the world for years. They have united for a once in a lifetime tour to perform their work and to charge the hearts of America with gut-splitting, lust wrangling, socially active verse. This is the Junkyard Ghost Revival.
Title:Junkyard Ghost RevivalFormat:PaperbackDimensions:164 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.5 inPublished:October 1, 2008Publisher:Write Bloody PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0981521363

ISBN - 13:9780981521367

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Read from the Book

This is the book from their most infamous tour. Below is a journal entry from Buddy Wakefield highlighting one of their sweeter moments. This book holds the fantastic poems read on the road.Andrea Gibson sure is glory. Glory glory.Mercy. And no mercy.I swear she eats trumpets.One time she let me write a blurb for her bookPole Dancing to Gospel Hymns.I said somethin' like, "Andrea Gibsondoes not just show up to pluck your heart strings.She sticks around to tune them.If being floored is new to you, ya might wanna grab a cushion.Whatever the opposite of fooling someone is, Andrea does that.Beware of the highway in her graceand the crowbar in her verse.”With Andrea there was the opening show at Lewis & Clarkwhere Timmy Straw (the reason for the poem "Jean Heath”) played piano,and there was running through the rows of trees to Spokane,stocking up on food from her fans to Idaho, and the ghost townswith the writing on the wall and stuffed beavers in the bar,and the joy of heckling her vegan face in the Powell, Wyoming grocery store parking lot,throwing rocks over railroad tracks, breathing life with her onto the stage in Boulderand hearing her poem "Thank Goodness”, and meeting her girlfriend Heatherand gasping for breath with them from laughing at Derrick and Anisafter the Sigur Ros concert at Red Rocks, where Derrick bought Anis that sweetcash money necklace light and made him wear it.