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Oregon Trail Is the Oregon Trailby Gregory Sherl
Synopses & Reviews
Poetry. Loosely or not so loosely based on the iconic computer game The Oregon Trail, THE OREGON TRAIL IS THE OREGON TRAIL chronicles the journey of a family on their way out West. Along the way, they fight dysentery, a racist Mel Gibson, syphilis, and consumption while learning that letting go is sometimes easier than starting over. Read the book, play the game, and never welcome the small pox welcome wagon. We have done bad things, and we will pay for them.
About the Author
Gregory Sherl is the author of HEAVY PETTING (YesYes Books, 2011), THE OREGON TRAIL IS THE OREGON TRAIL (Mud Luscious Press, 2012), and Monogamy Songs (Future Tense Books, 2012). His poetry has appeared in Columbia Poetry Review, Gargoyle, Redactions Poetry and Poetics, New Delta Review, and PANK.
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