Brian Wortley

Video Game Poetry

Video Game Poetry by Brian Wortley
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fiction Fantasy, Humor
For readers of:Fiction, Dickens, Melville
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Print Length14
PublisherSelf Published
Publication Date6/10/2013
About the Book

This collection of 9 poems explores the fantastical world of video games. It traces the tragic tales of epic heroes, crawls down infested air vents with crowbar wielding physicists, unearths the hidden lairs of demon lords, and recounts the humorous rise of peasant men to royalty all within the satisfying sound of rhyme and verse. So pull up a chair and settle in by the candle-lit window of a false-god's palace. Listen as the haunting winds howl their way through the sandy stones of Tal Rasha's tomb. Wake with me from a 20 year slumber and grab your crowbar... things are going to get messy.

About the Author

Brian lives in colorful Colorado where he is inspired by the RockyMountains. He has regularly been writing fiction since he was a young teenager and considers the creation of settings and characters one of the closest things to true magic in the world. His genres have included fantasy, science fiction, drama, poetry and horror. Although he has finished a novel and is currently working on his second, short stories remain his favorite form of medium.

Brian enjoys reading the classics and aspires to the great works of Shakespeare, Dickens, Melville, Stevenson and Stoker.

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