The German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer said Life is Pain. Poet Sampson Starkweather says PAIN: The Board Game. Third Man Books’ fourth title has, evidently, caused pain in a few lives already: four printing presses in Nashville, TN, refused the book due to objections over content! PAIN: The Board Game is 160 pages of poetry, 15 full color illustrations by Jon-Michael Frank, and the first book of poetry that is both page-turning-analog and online interactive. Find out why some describe Starkweather as, ''Not only thrillingly accessible, not only deeply thought-provoking, but also, and without exaggeration, historically important.''—The Huffington Post
* The first analog plus online interactive book of poetry
* Features 15 color illustration by Jon-Michael Frank
* 160 pages of poetry as visual as readable
* Starkweather sold out TMR's live venue of 400 and sold out his books.
* Sampson Starkweather’s previous title First Four Books was a best seller for Small Press Distribution.
* Even comes with content deemed inappropriate by modern-age printing presses!
when I die
will someone please
keep me alive
in Second Life
to all things
point and feel
free to bring
in the mall