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In this collection, you will find such weird and wild poems as: ● "Here Comes The Bride Of Frankenstein" by Michael McCarty & Mark McLaughlin ● "I Is For Internet Witch" by Mark McLaughlin ● "Icarus Dreams" by Michael McCarty ● "Mom And Dad Went Insane And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt" by Mark McLaughlin ● "She's My Bela Lugosi" by Michael McCarty ● "Ten Things To Feed An In In this collection, you will find such weird and wild poems as: ● "Here Comes The Bride Of Frankenstein" by Michael McCarty & Mark McLaughlin ● "I Is For Internet Witch" by Mark McLaughlin ● "Icarus Dreams" by Michael McCarty ● "Mom And Dad Went Insane And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt" by Mark McLaughlin ● "She's My Bela Lugosi" by Michael McCarty ● "Ten Things To Feed An Infant Zombie, Should You Find Yourself Having To Care For One" by Mark McLaughlin ● "Cleopatra's Song" by Michael McCarty ● Plus many more by both authors


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In this collection, you will find such weird and wild poems as: ● "Here Comes The Bride Of Frankenstein" by Michael McCarty & Mark McLaughlin ● "I Is For Internet Witch" by Mark McLaughlin ● "Icarus Dreams" by Michael McCarty ● "Mom And Dad Went Insane And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt" by Mark McLaughlin ● "She's My Bela Lugosi" by Michael McCarty ● "Ten Things To Feed An In In this collection, you will find such weird and wild poems as: ● "Here Comes The Bride Of Frankenstein" by Michael McCarty & Mark McLaughlin ● "I Is For Internet Witch" by Mark McLaughlin ● "Icarus Dreams" by Michael McCarty ● "Mom And Dad Went Insane And All I Got Was This Lousy T-Shirt" by Mark McLaughlin ● "She's My Bela Lugosi" by Michael McCarty ● "Ten Things To Feed An Infant Zombie, Should You Find Yourself Having To Care For One" by Mark McLaughlin ● "Cleopatra's Song" by Michael McCarty ● Plus many more by both authors

34 review for Bride of the Two-Headed Poetry Monster

  1. 5 out of 5

    Count Bookula

    Such a weird book! but weird in a fun quirky way. Lots of dark humor and horror movie references. The McLaughlin poems have more complex word play and the McCarty poems use simpler language, so theres a lot of diversity. You can turn to any page and just start reading. Fun stuff!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michael Jr

    This book had two authors with different ways of writing poems so there is alot of variety. :) Good reading for a lazy afternoon.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Kilgore

    I really wanted to like this book—such a great premise! Alas, despite a couple of images that made me smile, as a whole the book is a yawn. Not very good poetry and calling it much of it adolescent might be a compliment.

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