Multi-millionaires are not supposed to write poetry. It offends against natural justice. But following a life-threatening illness, Felix Dennis, the man behind the magazine publishing powerhouse responsible for The Week and Maxim found himself scribbling lines in the oddest situations - in business meetings, at social functions, on aeroplanes and even in his sleep.
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"Seriously good stuff - great quality and memorability. At least one of these poems with be instantly anthologised." ( Melvyn Bragg)
"A Glass Half Full blew me away. Dennis is a crouching tiger poised to wreak havoc among the bleating lambs of modern English poetry." ( Mick Farren)
"He writes like a man obsessed. If Waugh were still alive, he would fall on Dennis' verse with a glad cry of recognition and approval" ( John Walsh, The Independent)
"Marvellous stuff...the unpredictable Felis Dennis, long known for publishing other things, now bursts forth as a 21st Century Kipling" (Tom Wolfe)
A poetry book from the British philanthropist and multi-millionaire who founded Dennis Publishing, publishers of magazine, including lad mag Maxim and weekly political magazine The Week
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Book Description Hutchinson, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0091795338