Bestselling author, K.W. Peery is at it again. This prolific poet and musician is releasing his third book with GenZ Publishing, Wicked Rhythm, this Friday (4/7).

 

Wicked Rhythm is real and non-flinching. Get ready to read some gripping poetry.

 

Read a poem from the book:

 

EARLY

 

Monday fog

In a caffeine haze

It’s too late now

To mend my ways

Up all night

With the Motel blues

Some Marshall Tucker

And Drug Store Booze

 

When I wake up early

It’s later than I think

Three lines of smash

Off the bathroom sink

Been seventy one hours

Since my last good wink

I’m always up early…

The later I drink

 

Weekday run

In the August heat

Hillbilly high

No need to eat

Drivin’ this truck

Haulin’ the mail

If they piss test now

I’m bound to fail

 

When I wake up early

It’s later than I think

Three lines of smash

Off the bathroom sink

Been seventy one hours

Since my last good wink

I’m always up early…

The later I drink

 

 

About Mr. Peery:
Prolific Americana songwriter and poet, K.W. Peery, is the author of ‘Tales of a Receding Hairline’, ‘Purgatory’ and ‘Wicked Rhythm’.

‘Tales of a Receding Hairline’ was a semifinalist in the Goodreads Choice Awards – Best in Poetry 2016.

Peery is a regular contributor in the Australia Times Poetry Magazine.

He writes about his personal life experiences. Grappling with morality and mortality, the unvarnished truth is breathtakingly obvious.

His unapologetic vulnerability is neatly embedded within each work. He has an innate ability to dig up his past and offer it to the reader as if they were sitting across the table having a conversation with him.

Peery is most well known as a founding member of the Marshall/Peery Project. This collaboration produced four critically acclaimed studio albums from 2005 to present.
The Marshall/Peery Project frequently appear on the Roots Music Report and Americana Charts. Their songs are in regular rotation in the United States, Germany, Australia, Japan and the United Kingdom.

Credited as a lyricist and producer, Peery’s work appears on more than a dozen studio albums over the past decade.

 

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