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Nocturnal Omissions: A Tale of Two Poets

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    Gavin Geoffrey Dillard(Author) Eric Norris(Author)

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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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  • By Vincent Creelan on 3 February 2012

    This is something really quite remarkable. Two men who have never met, and are recognized and talented writers, compose a poem a day to each other; and reply with a poem over a period of 60 days until they meet up. It is funny, very sexy and at times entirely raw and erotic. There are clever allusions and references of other cultures, writers and compositions. This is an exchange that draws you in, and for me created an expectation for these two people. That said there was honesty and realism which like life left me asking questions. For anyone writing, or wanting to read what poetry can be, should be, is at times, this is a must for your collection. You wont like or even understand all of it, at first, but these are two poets who do now shy from their readers. I read it, then read it again.... and will do so again and in doing so will learn more about two people, love and lust and how you can.. and might write.

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