About the Book
Owen McGoldrick’s American Haiku, part satire, part memoir, takes up the challenge of creating poems that aren’t boring, vague, or depressive. This collection of humorous, outrageous, sometimes contemplative, often insightful poems, written in the vein of the New York School of poetry, is sure to amuse, delight and wound. A famous poet once said “Poetry should be like onion rings”. Agreed. Pass the Funyuns! With illustrations by Dan Thoner.