Zeus and the Giant Iced Tea by Leopold McGinnis
Poetry (Mingling Voices Series)

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Crafting wings out of wax and poems from the underground, Zeus and the Giant Iced Tea is a dream-like voyage through poetic narrative format, blurring the line between poetry and fiction. Exploring the frenetic lives of Mexican cowboys, robots, sultans, Greek gods, and convenience store clerks, Zeus and the Giant Iced Tea shatters preconceived notions of poetry and instead offers a more accessible strain of literary free flow.

"One day, lying on a fluffy cloud and casually sipping on a giant iced tea, Zeus hurled a wonderbolt towards the earth, shattering the dividing line between poetry and fiction."

 

About Leopold McGinnis

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Leopold McGinnis is the author of three novels,The Red Fez, Game Quest, and Bad Attitude,and a collection of poetry, Poetaster.
 
Published April 4, 2011 by University of Washington Press. 96 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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