Karl Koweski

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==Styles and Themes==
==Styles and Themes==
"Koweski is a ‘meat-and-potatoes’ poet. No fancy language, no speaking over your head. When he writes about the real life you don’t want to see, like babies of dopeheads, disillusionment with a Wild West show, and the painful loss of a memory-laden car, you take his side.”
"Koweski is a ‘meat-and-potatoes’ poet. No fancy language, no speaking over your head. When he writes about the real life you don’t want to see, like babies of dopeheads, disillusionment with a Wild West show, and the painful loss of a memory-laden car, you take his side.”
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—[[Cindy Rosmus]], editor of [[Yellow Mama]]
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—[[Cindy Rosmus]], editor, [[Yellow Mama]]
"The stories in ''Blood and Greasepaint'' wander somewhere between the macabre, the absurd and the grotesque. These stories are well-crafted, interconnected and work seamlessly to produce a surrealistic atmosphere that threatens at every turn to erupt into madness and mayhem." —[[Wolfgang Carstens]], publisher, [[Epic Rites Press]]
"The stories in ''Blood and Greasepaint'' wander somewhere between the macabre, the absurd and the grotesque. These stories are well-crafted, interconnected and work seamlessly to produce a surrealistic atmosphere that threatens at every turn to erupt into madness and mayhem." —[[Wolfgang Carstens]], publisher, [[Epic Rites Press]]

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