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Problem Child Magazine’s Valentine Poetry Sale This Week

Need a unique, cheap, nifty Valentine’s Day gift for someone special in your life? How about a poem to charm that girl, guy, roommate, or friend? Problem Child Literary Magazine will be selling original hand-crafted poems and candy February 7-11 at the HUB. Drop by our table to pick up a lovely limerick, a handsome haiku, an anti-Valentine’s anthem, or even a customized poem tailored just right to woo the object of your affection. Don’t miss this chance to add a little poetry to your Valentine’s Day! For more information about Problem Child, check out our website or join the Facebook event.

When? Monday, February 7th through Friday, February 11th!
Where? Ground floor of the HUB
Time? 11am-5pm each day

Menu

  • Poems: $0.25
  • Poems with candy: $0.75
  • Customized poem: $1.00
  • Customized poem with candy: $1.50

If you come between Monday and Thursday you can order a customized poem! There will be a short questionnaire to fill out (so we have some information about your loved one) and then one of our poets will craft a poem to your specifications and you can pick it up on Friday.

We have all types of poems — from goofy to serious, creepy to romantic, for girlfriends, boyfriends, best friends, crushes, secret admirers, and even bromance poems.

Candy options include tasty love bugs or lovely fortune cookies!

So come to the HUB between the 7th and 11th, look for our table, and help us out! We’re fundraising so we can provide a better place for the Penn State student body’s creative output in our biannual magazines. And anyway, your loved ones are sure to appreciate a poem or two on Valentine’s Day!

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