The German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer said Life is Pain. Poet Sampson Starkweather says PAIN: The Board Game. Third Man Books’ fourth title has, evidently, caused pain in a few lives already: four printing presses in Nashville, TN, refused the book due to objections over content! PAIN: The Board Game is 160 pages of poetry, 15 full color illustrations by Jon-Michael Frank, and the first book of poetry that is both page-turning-analog and online interactive. Find out why some describe Starkweather as, "Not only thrillingly accessible, not only deeply thought-provoking, but also, and without exaggeration, historically important."—The Huffington Post
* The first analog plus online interactive book of poetry * Features 15 color illustration by Jon-Michael Frank * 160 pages of poetry as visual as readable * Starkweather sold out TMR's live venue of 400 and sold out his books. * Sampson Starkweather’s previous title First Four Books was a best seller for Small Press Distribution. * Even comes with content deemed inappropriate by modern-age printing presses!
when I die will someone please keep me alive in Second Life my password to all things is pipedream! don’t forget the exclamation point and feel free to bring flowers fuck the sniper in the mall I leave a hole in everything