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Pushing Lemmings

128 pages; perfect-bound.

'David McLean has a true poet’s heart. There is not a smidgen of sentimentality to be found in McLean’s poems. Instead of cheapening life and love with maudlin clichés, David McLean shows the value of life and love by writing with brutally accurate observations and merciless truth. Art is subjective but truth is not. Like the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos, David McLean cajoles and celebrates death realizing that the two are happily married.

He is one of the most consistently brilliant poets I have ever had the pleasure to read. His poems are sap and bullshit free. They should be carved on tombstones.'

Misti Rainwater-Lites, ’Femme Fatale Poet’ and editor/publisher of Instant Pussy

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a hunger for mourning

40 page chap-book

David McLean has written thousands of poems and the fifty two poems in this exceptionally different chapbook were written over a two week period recently. They are about not being anaesthetised by religion and positivity. People have asserted that McLean is a nihilist, but that may be because he is an axiological nihilist. There are things, he just doesn't like them...

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