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A lyrical, book-length poem about imagination, beauty and loneliness as told by a concubine in a Palace of snow and ice. (45 pages)
A book of poetry that sings the high and low of life with equal cecity. Beauty and ugliness, joy and sorrow all met with gratitude and delight. (89 pages)

Amazon Review

"This is an astonishing piece of work. In today's mumbling, dumbed-down world an author that actually has competent command of the language! Amazing... [The Morphine Fawn is the] First book I have sampled in a very long time that is worth the price. Bravo!" Peter F Walsh, Amazon Review, 5 Stars
Behold my current oeuvre. I think you’ll find these books to be lyrical, questionable and almost possibly non-mutagenic! For those with nut sensitivities, however, please read these books with the covers closed. Click the Books below or the More Info links under them to read sample poems and feel free to contact me with any questions or comments, I’d love to hear from you!

The Purgatory Elm (2018)

Goodreads Giveaway Review

It only took me a couple of poems to feel the flow and pattern of the Fiasco Galante's genius. You truly get a sense of his bond with literature in the beauty of his writing. His poems stretch the mind of the reader; many a time I learned a new word or phrase. His rhyming schemes are clever and fast-paced and definitely humorous. I thoroughly enjoyed "I Would Be Lovely Then a Quick Reply," which I found quite facetious and a nice surprise amidst the rest of the poems. [He} surely has his unique style and is not afraid of showing it off. ~Tatiana
The Encolpia

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Poetry Books

The Morphine Fawn
"As we look to faith and our thoughts, what comes out may be beauty. The Encolpia is a collection of poetry from William Frank as he explores poetic tradition by bending and warping it in his own way to create an original message. The Encolpia is poetry worth thinking about, recommended." ~ Carl Logan

Midwest Book Review

Yuneko
For those of us lucky enough to go to Purgatory, where human nature is elemental, unbridled and grotesque, here's the book of the unlucky ones who happen to be with us. (340 pages)
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Yuneko (2015)

The Encolpia (2011)

A spiritual sonnet sequence that hews to the maggot, or the eccentric idea, of a meditation beset on all sides. (66 pages)

The Morphine Fawn (2009)

Set during the Anthesteria, when the Dead return and the wine casks are opened, each poem sings the life in festival, a visitation sure to evoke and enthrall, (119 pages)
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$14.00

Slumgullion (2019)

A Satanic masterpiece for the modern thinker, this book- length poem in Rhyme Royal is a musical, vortical and colorectal romp, with all the wonderful temerity that makes us human. (36 pages)

Fiasco Galante (2014)

Tuckford Bunny Press
© 2009-2021 William Frank | Tuckford Bunny Press | Selden, NY | Except as permitted under the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976, no part of this publication or website may be reproduced, distributed or transmitted in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system, without the prior written permission of the author.
A lyrical, book-length poem about imagination, beauty and loneliness as told by a concubine in a Palace of snow and ice. (45 pages)
A book of poetry that sings the high and low of life with equal cecity. Beauty and ugliness, joy and sorrow all met with gratitude and delight. (89 pages)

Amazon Review

"This is an astonishing piece of work. In today's mumbling, dumbed-down world an author that actually has competent command of the language! Amazing... [The Morphine Fawn is the] First book I have sampled in a very long time that is worth the price. Bravo!" Peter F Walsh, Amazon Review, 5 Stars

Goodreads Giveaway Review

It only took me a couple of poems to feel the flow and pattern of the Fiasco Galante's genius. You truly get a sense of his bond with literature in the beauty of his writing. His poems stretch the mind of the reader; many a time I learned a new word or phrase. His rhyming schemes are clever and fast-paced and definitely humorous. I thoroughly enjoyed "I Would Be Lovely Then a Quick Reply," which I found quite facetious and a nice surprise amidst the rest of the poems. [He} surely has his unique style and is not afraid of showing it off. ~Tatiana
For those of us lucky enough to go to Purgatory, where human nature is elemental, unbridled and grotesque, here's the book of the unlucky ones who happen to be with us. ($18.00, 340 pages)
A spiritual sonnet sequence that hews to the maggot, or the eccentric idea, of a meditation beset on all sides. ($13.00, 66 pages)

The Encolpia (2011)

Set during the Anthesteria, when the Dead return and the wine casks are opened, each poem sings the life in festival, a visitation sure to evoke and enthrall, ($14.00, 119 pages)

The Morphine Fawn (2009)

The Purgatory Elm (2018)

Yuneko (2015)

(45 pages, $10.00)

Fiasco Galante (2014)

A Satanic masterpiece for the modern thinker, this book-length poem in Rhyme Royal is a musical, vortical and colorectal romp, with all the wonderful temerity that makes us human.

Slumgullion (2019)

(36 Pages, $8.00)
Behold my current oeuvre. I think you’ll find these books to be lyrical, questionable and almost possibly non-mutagenic! For those with nut sensitivities, however, please read these books with the covers closed. Click the Books below to review or purchase and feel free to contact me with any questions or comments, I’d love to hear from you!