Garrison Kelly has been writing creatively since 2002 and graduated from Western Washington University in 2009 with a Bachelor’s in English and a minor in theater arts. His favorite topics to discuss while writing include mental illnesses, shy guy romance, leftwing politics, bullying, pro-wrestling, and heavy metal music. He has published three books of poetry, one novella, and three collections of short stories. He currently lives in Port Orchard, Washington with his family (both human and fur baby).
February 1st, 2018
If you have an emotional trigger within your dying soul, this collection of poetry and songs known as Lunatic Justice will pull those triggers like a Wild West gunfight. Stand up. Be heard. Question everything. Don’t let the voices of conformity enslave your mind. Strength through music is what these poems are all about. Stand for something or you’ll fall for anything!
"Don't let the world bring you down. Not everyone here is that fucked up and cold. Remember why you came and while you're alive, experience the warmth before you grow old."