Nobody Flowers is a collection of poems dealing with the experiences of unrequited love, temptation, growth, and the search for inspiration.
The literary debut of the American-born writer, Michael D. Flowers, this book takes readers on an extremely introspective journey, while never straying too far from the issues of the people surrounding the author. Heavily influenced by the writing/storytelling styles found in Spoken Word and modern Hip-Hop, it doesn’t take much to vibe with the rhythm of the poems found inside.
Also making his debut is the Filipino-born artist, Renzo Cardenas. Spread throughout the pages of the book are the detailed illustrations of a self-taught artist inspired by the Japanese comic art style.
Together, the author and illustrator make a fresh combination of their native artistic mediums.