Gas Chamber by Ahmad Alkhatat

Now available on Amazon from Cajun Mutt Press, Gas Chamber byย Ahmad Alkhatatย featuring cover art byย Marcel Herms.

This book contains some heavy poetry. Dark realizations and visions stemmed from the conflicts of war, religion, and culture penned in first-hand experiences of the poet. From the first poem, Damaged, to the last poem, I Witnessed My Death…, be prepared to shed some tears and look at yourself differently as a human being. We are all in this together, no matterย who or where you hail from, and this book proves that. We feel, we bleed, we live in trying times, and we all need to come together and realize we are one.

Please consider picking yourselves up a copy of this poetic journey through the mind of a truly gifted poet.


“Ahmad Al-khatat, a poet whose writing is influenced by the tragedies of war, passionately searches for normalcy amid the chaos in a country riddled with the atrocities born from the conflicts of warfare. Ahmad desperately holds on to his faith in humanity and the hope found in love as when he writes in One Woman โ€œHer touches relieve my aches for the moments.โ€ It is here, in his belief in love, where the shattered shreds of the soul can be reborn to life that Ahmadโ€™s poetry takes us from the darkness of death to the light of life.”
โ€” Patricia Ann Mayorga, Editor-in-Chief, Poetsโ€™ Espresso Review, USA


Happy Thanksgiving from Cajun Mutt Press!

We hope y’all have a great time full of too much turkey, too much booze, too much fun, and too much damn family to last until next year! Sending positive vibes and Outlaw Gonzo Pirate Poet Love out to everyone today!

We have some great books available on Amazon, and still a few stickers left before we need to order some more. Christmas is right around the corner too, so consider picking something up for yourself or as a gift.

Happy Turkey Day,
Cajun Mutt Press


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This Many Years After the War by Matt Borczon


This Many Years After the War

Here it is, ladies and gentlemen, the latest release from Cajun Mutt Press is available now on Amazon! This Many Years After the War byย Matt Borczonfeaturing cover art byย James Dennis Casey IV! This is another one we’re extremely excited about, and it turned out to be an incredibly beautiful book. Grab one for yourself or as a gift!

“This Many Years After the War is an in your face reality check about the baggage soldiers carry after war. It contains poetry that drops brutal truths and life-changing epiphanies with a style and ease that only a combat veteran could provide. These aren’t children’s tales, folks, this is the real deal.”
โ€” J.D.C.IV