Jackjack & junebug
A Love Song
in Poems and Posts
Quirky, Irreverent, Honest, and Unexpected
While Jack Loscutoff, a big bushy writer gushing with language, lived with Marilyn, they amused themselves by exchanging spicy poems about “Elder Copulation,” as he called it. Marilyn wrote about the two of them in her blog, A JoLt of CoFFey: how she learned Jack was a hugger, how they became a one-driver couple, their incredible closeness.
After Jack died September 9, 2015, Marilyn printed their spicy poems and told their story in JackJack & JuneBug: A Love Song in Poems and Posts.
Winner of the
gold ink award
jackjack & junebug
“Thank you for sharing, Marilyn.
This was so brave.”
New Yorker cartoonist
“This is beautiful, Marilyn.
I wish I could give you a hug.”
Sacramento Public Library
“Marilyn, you're a pistol. I'm thrilled to know you. Just related to my husband how masterfully you
take us down a fascinating path and drop us off at a totally unexpected destination. I must say, lady,
you are one of my favorite authors.”
Board of Directors
The Nebraska Film Association
“You are so quirky! And another thing
I love about you is your honesty.”