Review: Rotten Kid, by Ben Brindise

Ben Brindise has been a friend and close collaborator since we met at the first Foundlings launch back in May 2016. We’ve read together countless times, from the election season “Whistle Stop” tour to a poets’ showcase Ben hosted Monday night at Nietzsche’s (now to be a recurring thing, based on that night’s massive success). Now Ghost City Press has published his first chapbook, Rotten Kid, and I got to review it for The Public. I already spilled quite a few words on the book, so go read the review. If you don’t have plans for this Sunday, 5pm at the Gypsy Parlor, mark it in your calendar.  We’ll be celebrating the release with a round of readings from the likes of Justin Karcher, Eve Williams Wilson, Megan Kemple, Ten Thousand, and Tom Dreitlein. I’ll be reading, too.

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  1. Pingback: Babble Presents: Ben Brindise and Rotten Kid | Aidan Ryan

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