When growing older, single people seem to all come to the same notions: that life isn't really the American dream. What causes it? Genetics? What makes us pool together in a swarming dance of drones on Independence Day when we should be celebrating individualism? Campbell expresses his views in free verse, making it easy to understand what you probably were already thinking if you're a lone single person.
J.J. Campbell (b. 1976) lives, writes and dies a little each day in the state of Ohio. He's been widely published in the small press over the years. J.J. has also appeared in a few chapbooks and anthologies, and currently has a chapbook out with Debbie Kirk, available from Pink Anarchkitty Press. He also has a spoken word tape, available from Deranged Distribution. You can read more of his work at his web site at http://hometown.aol.com/jcampb4593/myhomepage/profile.html. Drop him a line and encourage him to get a life at firstname.lastname@example.org
JJ's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
the shallow end of the gene pool
as meaningless as we are
the fourth of july