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Maxwell Baumbach is quite the character. He grew up in Lisle IL and Elmhurst IL, attending Timothy Christian School from third grade through the end of high school. It was there that he got an education both in and out of the classroom. He was blessed with outstanding teachers and the opportunity to participate in athletics. While at Timothy he played basketball, track and field, and even men's volleyball. Through sports and writing, he learned about things beyond what textbooks could teach. A series of horribly failed relationships also aided in the process. He is currently a college student at Concordia University, where he is a sports management major. He was paired with an equally out-there roommate, Phillip Cooper, who is partially responsible for Maxwell becoming even more strange. He has been dating his girlfriend, Kristina, for two years and he hopes to be with her forever. His family has been unbelievably supportive of him. Both sets of grandparents, Carol and Don and Emil and Lynn, his parents, Mark and Kim, his sisters, Heidi and Allie, and his nephew Zach are constant sources of motivation for him. If everyone else in his family wasn't as successful and cool as they are, he wouldn't have anything to chase.

At Age Twenty

Authored by Maxwell Baumbach

Maxwell Baumbach is hope for tomorrow in a dark world. His first full-length collection assembles poetry that maps out his worldview from this specific moment in time, poised on the edge of adolescence and adulthood. He lets us see what he sees, and what he sees is by turns funny, poignant, absurd, and maddening, but his perspective is always clear, his voice rings out true from every page. In this book we don't get to see the process of a boy becoming a man, we get taken along for the ride. It is a collection for all ages.

Publication Date:
1936373254 / 9781936373253
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Poetry / General

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