Knuckleheads by Jeff Kass

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At heart, these stories explore generational intersections, with teenagers confronting the moments that will foment their directions to adulthood, and adults searching out opportunities for change in their present lives, gazing back on their own defining experiences in order to help chart new courses.

Jeff Kass is a teacher of English and creative writing at Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, MI, and works as the Poet-in-Residence for Ann Arbor Public Schools. Jeff directs the creative writing program at Ann Arbor's Teen Center, The Neutral Zone, where he founded and continues to direct The VOLUME Youth Poetry Project.

 

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Jeff Kass: Jeff Kass is a teacher of English and Creative Writing at Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor MI and also works as the Poet-in-Residence for Ann Arbor Public Schools. Jeff directs the Creative Writing Program at Ann Arbor’s Teen Center, The Neutral Zone, where he founded and continues to direct The VOLUME Youth Poetry Project; The VOLUME Summer Institute; The Ann Arbor Youth Poetry Slam; Poetry Night in Ann Arbor; NO COMMENT magazine and NO COMMENT Press; the performance poetry troupe Ann Arbor Wordworks; and The Second Tuesdays Visiting Writers Series. He was the Ann Arbor Grand Slam Poetry Champion in 1999 and 2000 and the runner-up in 2001 as well as the Champion at the inaugural Ann Arbor Book Festival Poetry Slam in 2004.
 
Published May 3, 2011 by Dzanc Books. 250 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But you know, I’m alright with being a knucklehead because if for some reason I thought I wasn’t a knucklehead, then there’d be something that I wouldn’t like about me.

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