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This unauthorized

send-up on literature’s

most precious member

skewers the life and

times of Poetry. With bold

colors, gritty words

and funny stories,

POP X POETRY’s artsy 


tone in no way means

you’ll learn anything at all.  

You may lose brain cells. 

Featuring over

300 poems, 30  

original art

pieces, colorful,

bright designs and more, this book’s

narrative botox

blast gives Poetry

the long-overdue facelift

we were waiting for. 

Presented in a

series of collage pieces,

the book moves between

small daily moments

of existence and larger

spiritual quests. 

Written in easy-

to-read haiku, this volume

reveals the secrets

of Poetry’s life.

Hot affairs, celebrity  

encounters, brutal

confessions, love, loss,

and laughter weave through this dark 

comedy of words. 

Vivid artwork with

visual compositions

create this satire

on Poetry, art,

memoir, fiction, and culture.

You may pee your pants. 


has rap songs, bad guys, celebs, booze, sex, gossip, and

lies: Reality 

TV Poetry, action-

movie Poetry.

You’ll remember how

to read again. Or want to.

This story’s got it all. 

Critics say “This book

reads like Moby Dick on drugs.

It also reads like your

life.” For everyone

who hated High School English class, or loves streaming shows,

and staring at their

iPhones, this is the

book for you. Sit down

and experience

life alongside an icon.  

No one’s seen or done

more than Poetry:

Lovers, wars, fights, and drinking binges make this fun.

There are serious

parts to focus on as well;

feel Poetry’s pain

while being beaten

into submission by greats

like Shakespeare and Donne.

Hide beneath the bed

while Emily Dickinson

tinkers with some lines.

Bolt from the sheets next

to Poetry when their ex

texts at 3 AM.

Extend from Persian

landscapes to Instagram likes

in this whirlwind ride. 


Who writes a bio

on Poetry in haiku?

Kurt Cole Eidsvig did.

He personified

Poetry and wrote a book

about it, like a

lunatic. But it’s

definitely the first book

of its kind, ever.

Kurt’s won awards, made

art, taught stuff. and has an axe 

to grind. Poetry

may never be the

same. Neither will you. Or your

bank account. Pay now.  


Available for

pre-order on Amazon,

the digital version

will be followed with

paperback and hardcover

versions of the book.

Stay up-to-date on

events and news surrounding


and Kurt Cole Eidsvig

at or

watch @EidsvigArt

*This description was

written entirely in linked

haiku. Now you know. 

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