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The Tired Muses
16 poems

A series of works about a writer struggling with his muses, going through his history with each one, and trying to get any of them motivated enough to give out a poem or two.


Bottling the Lead Singer of the Mountain Goats

13 poems
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A young poet ventures to Seattle to see a legendary folk-rock band. Bottling the Lead Singer of the Mountain Goats is a collection of 13 poems about great cities, great bands, and the eternal question of whether or not your ex needs a postcard, or whether or not you should bottle the lead singer of a band just because he reminds you of someone you want to hit with a beer bottle.


Poet in the Moment, So Outspoken

23 poems

Poems are a snapshot of a moment. These 23 poems are culled from moments of neurosis, creative process, miserable nights, harsh mornings, too many cigarettes, and navigating the minefields of love. These poems break down minute thoughts into details that slice and bite, before fleeing away at the flip of a page.


Drunk on The Threshing Floor
Poetry and Prose
107 Poems
20 Prose Pieces

A collection of work covering the years 2014 – 2016. Written in various states of disrepair, happiness, reflection, lust, and love, across provinces and countries. Now in its second print run!



Side 1/Side 2
38 poems

A new collection of poetry. Side 1 and Side 2. Flip it like a record, and read your preference of the poetry. See the entry on the main page for details.


Side 1 and Side 2

A Caustic Summer
75 Pages

A new novella by Brady Tighe about heat, sobriety, summer, break-ups, vinyl records, depression, addiction, and that slow clean victory that can only be achieved through suffering beautifully for a few swelteting months.


A Caustic Summer

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