In Daniel Pinkwater's The Snarkout Boys and the Baconburg Horror, a poet who reads his verse at the Dharma Buns coffeehouse in the city of Baconburg. His day job is at a Ms. Doughnut store in the suburb of Hamfat. He is a native of Transylvania and taking night classes with Walter Galt's mother at the Baconburg Adult Education Center. He has a self-published book of his poetry called I Am Cool which he sells for $6.95. An example of his work (considered by his fans to be his greatest piece, according to Pinkwater):

              I COME FROM OLD TRANSYLVANEE
                              WHEN I WAS JUST A
                                LITTLE
                                BOY
AND
  MY
    OLD
      TRANSYLVANEE
                  MOMMEE
                        SAID
                        TO
                        ME
                        SON
                        SHE
                        SAID
LOOK OUT FOR
            THEM
            WEREWOLF
            HE
              TAKE
                   A BIG BITE
                   OUT YOU TOOSHEE
HE
  PULL
    YOU
      LEG
        OFF
          YOU
            AND BEAT
                YOU
                ON
                YOU
                HEAD WITH
                  IT.
WEREWOLF IS NO JOKE
                     MY
                     LITTLE
                     SONNEE
SO MAYBE
        BETTER WE
                 EMIGRATE OUTTA
                                THIS
                                PLACE
                                *

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