Schwag picks up where Young and Immortal left off, with the introspective poet Eugene and his mischievous muse Horace and their friend Miriam living up their early Twenties on the cusp of the Millenium on the East Side of Milwaukee. Schwag explores the questions of loyalty, addiction, the American Way, casual sex and obsessive love, honesty, meaningless hedonism and significant bullshit. Schwag is not in Oprah's book club. Schwag is the book you borrowed from the bad kid on the playground. Schwag is cheap workingman's dope.
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Published April 9, 2010
Literature & Fiction.