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In his debut chapbook, bestselling humorist Andrew Shaffer explores alienation in its myriad forms, from cultural (“Don’t try to explain Fortnite to me/I don’t care”) to romantic (“We’ll always have that poem about Paris”).
Playful, hilarious, and affectingly human, Shaffer’s poetry will bring a smile to the face of anyone who has ever felt like an alien in this world.
“I deserve a refund.”
— AMAZON CUSTOMER ON 'THE SUMMER OF ’82'
“Fascinating, thought-provoking and mildly disturbing…”
— A. J. JACOBS, NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER, ON 'GREAT PHILOSOPHERS WHO FAILED AT LOVE'