Beat To A Pulp – A collection of Film Noir Verse by Jason Disley
New Beat Generation Poet Jason Disley's 'Beat To A Pulp'
Firmly set in the period of Pulp and Noir tales of the twentieth century in an unnamed American city - Beat To A Pulp delivers poetry that is full of the jive talk you would expect to read in Hammett, Chandler and Spillane. Its a Beat Poet delivering his version of a Pulp fiction. It's straight from the fridge, and if you've got your boots on you will dig the jive and imagine what happens when the canary sings. There is also a collection of six illustrations created by artist Mark Head -which add to the experience of a poetry collection with a difference.
"Combines the rhythms of 1950's Beat Poetry, with a fresh look at modern life, and illustrates them brilliantly with his verse" Pulp Magazine
"Takes it's lead from the late 50's Beats, with a knowing nod to the Liverpool poets of the 60's but isn't confined to the past" Jason Brummell
We rate Jason's verse highly essential for every coffee & bedside table