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Marshall "Gripp" Gillson
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Saw the new one last night and literally cried. It was so important.
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AriDy Nox describes herself as an afrofuturist griot. I wish I was cool enough for that title. Read her poem!
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Very proud to carry the first publication from Cassandra Euphrat Weston. Read "For Charlotte Mew" in the new issue of The Misanthropy.
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Spotlight on Moose Song, who also has two poems in the newest issue of The Misanthropy. Read 할아버지, which lives at the intersection of family and culture.
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The new issue of The Misanthropy is out today! Read some good new poems.
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tfw you so hype about the ad libs you recording that you forget to start the verse
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my life is a pistol; my rhyme book is the safety lock
my life is feral; my rhyme book is a rabies shot
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Tonight I'm the poetry feature at Bull Feeney's. Tomorrow I'm the feature at the Cantab. You should come to one or both.
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Spotlight on Emma Rebholz, sophomore at Emerson College. Her piece No Good Bloodsuckers appears in the second issue of The Misanthropy.
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TFW you've been too depressed to create then a whole song just spills out all at once.
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First author spotlight for The Misanthropy. Dave Harris is awesome. A poet and a playwright and an activist. He's got two poems in our most recent issue. Start with our opening poem: "And the Dog Say to the Cat".
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how can i mourn
something i destroyed?
apologize
for something i enjoyed?
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Nerdcore in human form.
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Marshall "Gripp" Gillson is a nerd by day and a poet/rapper by day also. He was born in Providence, RI and holds both a BS and an MS in Computer Science. He has been an active slam poet since 2008, representing four different venues in three different states in national competition. As the 2014 Providence Grand Slam champion, he placed 15th in the 2014 Individual World Poetry Slam. He is also the founder and editor of the independent literary magazine "The Misanthropy" and boasts recent publications in "Maps for Teeth", "Three Line Poetry", and the depression-themed anthology "Light as a Feather".

As a rapper, he has released five independent LPs, two mixtapes, several compilation albums, and a number of mythical creatures from captivity. In 2011, he officially founded glassEyeballs, an independent record label and publishing company. His fifth solo album, "Ansible", was released on January 21, 2014. In his spare time, he enjoys arguing, pontificating, and writing biographies in the third person.
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