Microwave Johnson was a man.
He never did anybody any harm.
He saw the virtue in vice, believed in faith, and did all a modern man could. . .
He had cats, and talked to them with the greatest of pleasure. . . .
Big Game Books has published Microwave Johnson as Tinyside #50. It's the first Hooter Poem to be published, and like all Tinysides it only costs solamente one peso, so follow your heart on this one. Follow it here.
And look at the other Tinysides in this series, by poets Anna Moschovakis, Adam Deutsch, Aaron Tieger, and Buck Downs. Ms. Moschovakis in particular is a poet who is generous with her rather significant gifts. Andto the extent I know the others (this is EG here), none are likely to do you wrong. Regardez!