Anthills V is a collection of poetry four years in the making – the first issue printed in straightforward book format since 2002. An issue so above the rim it lives in the rafters. Collecting masterworks from former (and future … trust us) laureates, zombiephiles, Zen Buddhists, and people who live in Appleton, Wisconsin (among other metropolises), Anthills V offers musings on such issues of import as tanning-bed sunburns, consecrated constipation, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Brangelina, the atrocities in Darfur, and how to wear stiletto heals … and that’s just the first four poems.
This is zeitgeist, people. Our pièce de résistance. The most influential literary work released in the U.S. since Jay-Z’s American Gangster.
Available only in an abridged, newly translated, readable and understandable edition, Anthills V is 32 pages, 4.25" x 5.5", and ready to ship. We’d publish the full-length version, but we don’t want to risk accusations of running contraband.
Poetry by Ellen “Quintessence” Kort, “Ravishing” B.J. Best, Cathryn “Chic-Chick” Cofell, “Kool” Karla Huston, Bruce “Lee” Dethlefsen, William Taylor Jr., Charles “Chucky” Ries, “Count” Lester Smith, Nick “Ostdy” Ostdick, G to the C Fogle, “Marvelous” Micah Ling, Nate “The Snake” Graziano, Glenn “Gee-Dub” Cooper, Amanda “Landa” Oaks, “Mighty” Melissa McGraw, and “Roddy” Robyn Kohlwey.
Buy it. Read it. Dig it.
4.25"x 5.5", 32 pages. (Color of cover stock will vary.)