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In Case of Death is a companion through obliteration. McGackin’s second collection of poems explores the spectrum of death, grief, and continuation despite the many things that can, and will, kill us.


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In Case of Death is a companion through obliteration. McGackin’s second collection of poems explores the spectrum of death, grief, and continuation despite the many things that can, and will, kill us.

23 review for In Case of Death

  1. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    I wrote this book. I think it’s pretty great. I hope you think it’s pretty great too, or really anywhere on the great spectrum.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Justin McFarr

    In Case of Death is poet McGackin's 3rd collection, 7 years after the release of his Broetry: Poetry for Dudes broke the mold for modern verse. This follow-up to his 2nd book, Death in the Rick, explores the theme of death through multiple iterations, from heartbreaking separations to philosophical wanderings to hilarious from-the-grave observations. In these poems, death is an idea, an entity, a religious question, a comical notion, and a reason to mourn for life stripped away. "In Case Of Deat In Case of Death is poet McGackin's 3rd collection, 7 years after the release of his Broetry: Poetry for Dudes broke the mold for modern verse. This follow-up to his 2nd book, Death in the Rick, explores the theme of death through multiple iterations, from heartbreaking separations to philosophical wanderings to hilarious from-the-grave observations. In these poems, death is an idea, an entity, a religious question, a comical notion, and a reason to mourn for life stripped away. "In Case Of Death In Dublin," a favorite in a book filled with memorable verses, the poet is inspired to dictate his final resting place: "Bury me beneath a library well within shuffling distance of the nearest pub" The poet unearths the regrets of the dead or dying, plays with their fears, their human frailties, and even their bodily decay. It is a wonderful book, filled with all we love and hate about life, and all we wished we knew about the ultimate end - death.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Karina Bush

    Exquisitely written, pulsating, tender, morbid, entertaining. This is a unique book of poetry I highly recommend. Brian McGackin is a 21st century Bard. Buy it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Elissa Washuta

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    Allison Doyle

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  19. 4 out of 5

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    Jasmin

  21. 5 out of 5

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  22. 5 out of 5

    Danika B

  23. 5 out of 5

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