Riot and Dishonor

Embark on a journey of self indulgence, cocksure poetry and collateral damage as Jack Falstaff (age 15) slams into adolescence. Drinking, fights, mistaken identity and the Peasant's Revolt of 1381 rage across a backdrop of wayward wenches and reprobates. All the bumps and bruises of youth are here delivered in iambic pentameter at punk rock speed
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Riot and Dishonor

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  • David Hansen:
    4 Apr. 2020
    Brett joyfully mangles English, creating absurd metaphor, and laugh out loud abusive language. This Pythonesque insanity set to imabic pentameter put me in mind of the works of Kirk Wood Bromley, whose delirious forays into verse were nearly psychedelic. It is a non-stop riot, indeed, from beginning to end. Highly recommended!