Brandon McMahon is a 32 year old Northampton, MA resident. Brandon writes and publishes volumes of poetry regarding the impact and meaning of life and death. Brandon believes that every decision we make lasts for the rest of time. Brandon McMahon records and publishes music as well. Brandon's music is created using instrumental music licensed off the internet, which Brandon then records his lyrics and vocals to. Brandon McMahon creates unique and inspiring T-Shirts and posters, which are made up of his own quotes and poems. Brandon produces various videos as well, which include a local access television show as well as 6 music videos. Lastly, Brandon McMahon has founded a unique brand of modern faith known as Theuism.
Brandon has not had it easy. Brandon's mother died due to addiction and mental illness when Brandon was 11 years old. Following this, Brandon's father lost custody of him due to alcoholism, and Brandon moved in with one relative after another until he was 16, and since then lived in shelters and residential schools for his remaining childhood.
At age 18, Brandon went on to study Business Administration at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island. Here, Brandon's own addictive traits began to take hold. After 2 years, Brandon left college due to his own addiction and mental health symptoms. After leaving college, Brandon published his first book, titled "Scrap", which was the starting point for everything you find on this website. Following this, Brandon spent about 2 years living in hospitals and group homes.
Brandon finally reached recovery and got his own apartment in New Haven, CT, and shortly after moved to West Haven, CT, and has now moved up to Northampton, MA where he resides to this day. Brandon is now proudly back in college as well as working on many projects.
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A New Beginning
by Brandon McMahon
“Brandon’s poetry uses words to shape the unknown, the unseen, and brings to us an open invitation from the universe. He opens the door for us, and like all good poets should, leaves it to us to walk on through. Amazing stuff.” -Stephen Poulin, English Professor at Greenfield Community College
by Brandon McMahon
The decisions we make surpass our own lifetime. A slight difference today casts a ripple effect that continues to grow far past what our eyes can see, into an endless expanse of existence. Nothing is lost. Deep within the pages of this book lie a level of truth and understanding far unsurpassed by the scribing of yesteryear. Open the door to the great beyond and see what the future holds for you.
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