They Call Us Loud
by William Beale
Maybe this is all we have for now. So lay your bricks. Cement them with your tongued voices — noises that we so wish to build our world around. In the meantime, you be loud.
The world of "rowdy gods" into which William elegantly erupts is a bullring with no toreadors – just two huffing bulls and an audience tossing endless roses into the fight. Both bulls win. The roses don't go unnoticed. — Bill Moran, American spoken word artist & slam champion
William's poems are an ode to living, a playful questioning, a revolutionary sound off, a bomb of anger, a sickness, a prayer, the sweetest salve. — Caits Meissner, US poet, storyteller & arts educator
Paperback: 99 Pages
Product Dimensions: 140 x 200 mm
Published by Perfect Binding