Maggie Estep

Maggie Estep (1962 - Present)

Maggie Estep is a New Jersey born poet and writer. She released two albums: Love is a Dog From Hell and No More Mr. Nice Girl. She emerged in the early 1990s when grunge was the height of fashion and her aggressive political and gender-themed rant poetry was highly accessible. Her closest brush with megastardom was with the track Hey Baby, with an accompanying video that received moderate rotation on MTV. The video was highlighted on Beavis & Butt-head.

Estep went on to write several novels including the mystery novels featuring Ruby Murphy, Gargantuan and Hex.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Maggie Estep's poem Stalk Me


  1. Shena says:

    There aren’t many raw, funny, and lively poems out there, but this Poem “Stalk Me” is one the small few. This Poet brings the intense, dramatic feeling, with a humorous twist that her audience enjoys. In this poem, the poet is talking about her success and how there is a down fall to it. However she takes her fears in some ways and turns it to sarcasm. She tells her stalker to come out and reveal him or her and do the unthinkable in her case. It showcases her braveness and confidence, not caring what other people think about her. Maggie Estep leads her “stalker” in this in a seductive and hypnotizing way that makes this poem electrifying

  2. Shena says:

    Damn, i dont kno why im suddenly addicted to her poetry! Its real…itz Raw…and intense! Im Lovin’ her sarcasm and humor in this poem. She offers the truth! But @ the same time plays with it…makin’ it very Funny and ALIVE.

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