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Nocturnal Omissions: A Tale of Two Poets #2020

Nocturnal Omissions A Tale of Two Poets Poetry LGBT Studies NOCTURNAL OMISSIONS is an unabashedly erotic romantic sometimes even philosophical dialogue between poets Gavin Geoffrey Dillard and Eric Norris on love sex and art s glorious l

  • Title: Nocturnal Omissions: A Tale of Two Poets
  • Author: Gavin Geoffrey Dillard Eric Norris
  • ISBN: 9781937420000
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nocturnal Omissions: A Tale of Two Poets By Gavin Geoffrey Dillard Eric Norris, Poetry LGBT Studies NOCTURNAL OMISSIONS is an unabashedly erotic, romantic, sometimes even philosophical dialogue between poets Gavin Geoffrey Dillard and Eric Norris on love, sex and art s glorious life and afterlife You will never pick up a pen, a lover, or a book of poetry quite in the same way again.

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    1 thought on “Nocturnal Omissions: A Tale of Two Poets

    1. Collaboration Passion by ProxyTwo poets, the well known and distinguished Gavin Geoffrey Dillard, a man in his mid fifties, and the young and talented Eric Norris have taken the concept of Internet communication to a new and very high level While most of the world focuses on communication by texting and blogging as mere conversational techniques or even ways to voice feelings and thoughts about issues that seem strangely foggy in the cloud of electronic confusion that hangs over our heads somewh [...]

    2. Breathtaking Wonderful The sheer breadth of their relationship astounded me There s a quote from someone I cannot recall, that s mentioned in the book that says We are the stories we tell of ourselves and they have created a whole world, a whole language for their burgeoning love Simply stunning.

    3. Respect Dillard accomplishment and poetry, however I found this tyring and a little annoying Too forced.

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