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“Sylvia Plath Totally Ruins ‘Father Knows Best,'” a poem from my fine Inverted Pyramid e-book of the same name, is excerpted in the February/March 2014 issue of Shelf Unbound, the book-review magazine.
The poem is found on page 29. The e-book, a collection of poems about TV, growing up, TV, growing older and more TV, is on sale at Amazon.
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The tribute-version cut, I call it. Poem from the e-book, Sylvia Plath Totally Ruins ‘Father Knows Best’: 50 Poems About TV, TV Watching and the Existential Sadness of Conan O’Brien. Now available at Amazon.