A Death on Skunk Street

A Death on Skunk Street is the first stand-alone book by Los Angeles poet William S. Friday.  It is a work of visions, written by a blue-collar college drop-out with the eloquence of an angry Psalmist. From loneliness in a sea of humanity to comfort in the company of self, this collection of poetry is part neon and noir, part full moon and sunsets, and all of the words that come from feelings too often unexpressed.