DKMH

DKMH

A story of living, imagery from bursts of color and feelings, and hallucinations of our imagination. Written by spoken word poet, podcaster, and Stranger Things star Dacre Montgomery, comes his debut collection of poetry DKMH

Since its release as a small mixed-media podcast, DKMH has topped charts all over the internet. Written and produced by Stranger Things star Dacre Montgomery, the DKMH platform is expanding to print. This exciting debut collection of poetry and prose is an analysis of ego, love, anger, and anxiety. Each poem investigates our individual driving forces and how experiences shape us into the humans we are, deeply personal yet strangely familiar and universal. Consumable on a variety of platforms, DKMH is a constant battle between themes that explore the biggest life questions: who are we, why are we, and what drives us?

Title:DKMH
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781524861650
Format Type:

    DKMH Reviews

  • Reading_ Tam_ Ishly

    You know what?If the book continued with the good writing with proper lines, description and expression as in the first few pages, it would have worked out like perfection. I really, really love the f...

  • Alisa

    In the beginning of the collection there is an introduction piece, and man do I wish the rest of it would be in the same style. That introduction was amazing. I could relate to every line, in each con...

  • Jales ?

    'he he he - i did laugh at he.'...

  • Katja (Life and Other Disasters)

    I really enjoyed the opening section. It was a way to get to know Dacre on a different level and to realise what this collection of poems means to him. The recommended music section was also something...

  • Manon

    Sadly, this poetry collection was not for me. I'm a big fan of Dacre Montgomery's acting in Stranger Things but I found out that I am not a big fan of his poetry. The poems did not really make sense t...

  • Pretty Bibliophile

    I went in with great expectations knowing about Montgomery's intense visual allusion in his works on other media. And the introduction was a sure hit - very insightful and seemed to lay the stage for ...

  • Nair

    The Intro Poem was raw and emotional, it shed a light on the author's view of the world and it was relatable.From then on, the writing was lazy, exaggerated use of imagery, and rhyme, and any of those...

  • trufflebooks

    Not my cup of tea. None of the poems really struck with me, found a lot of the repetitiveness and the rhyme unnecessary. Some were plain confusing or just boring.Best wishes for Dacre's poetry career!...

  • Tamara

    2.5 starsThe first few pages were amazing and I was hoping it would continue that way, it didn't. It was still okay but I didn't discover new favorites. The illustrations didn't match the poems but I ...

  • Sydny Ma

    3.5/5 stars....