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eBook Between the Cracks: The Daedalus Anthology of Kinky Verse download ISBN: 1881943100
Author: Gavin Geoffrey Dillard
Publisher: Daedalus Pub Co; illustrated edition edition (February 25, 2015)
Language: English
Pages: 354
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Gavin Geoffrey Dillard has been at the forefront of erotic literature for more than twenty years, with seven volumes of published verse, essays, songs, and his infamous Hollywood tell-all memoir, IN THE FLESH.

Gavin Geoffrey Dillard has been at the forefront of erotic literature for more than twenty years, with seven volumes of published verse, essays, songs, and his infamous Hollywood tell-all memoir, IN THE FLESH. As a porn star, publisher, artist and photographer, he has left few stones unturned, and is, in fact, turning them at this very moment. I bought this book, sight unseen, because I was looking for translations of the work of G. G. Belli, whose work is mentioned in the promotional matter. An Italian friend had raved to me about Belli's sensual edginess, and I had hoped to make that poet's acquaintance in at least an approachable English version.

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Poets Have always been kinky. Who are we? How did we get here? Where are we going? If the poets do not tell us, then how will we know? S&M, piercing, drag, dildoes: is any of this really new? Or are we only revisiting Pandora’s bountiful box? From the lascivious satire of Catullus to the obsessions of Michelangelo, the fetishes of Edna St. Vincent Millay to the faunal fantasies of DH Lawrence, the howling of Ginsberg and the beats to the sultry slammers of modern-day San Francisco, poet/photographer Gavin Geoffrey Dillard has collected the most exotic of the erotic of the poetic pantheon,.

The twelfth and latest book by Gavin Dillard, on the newly-formed Gavin Dillard Poetry Library & Archive imprint, the poetic journals of 2016, written at. .The Daedalus Anthology of Kinky Verse.

The Daedalus Anthology of Kinky Verse. Published in 1993 by Bhakti Books, Dillard’s poems enhanced by naked studio pictures of the author by Jack Shear. Published March 1997 by Daedalus Publishing Company.

Gavin Geoffrey Dillard has been at the forefront of erotic literature for more than twenty years, with seven volumes of published verse, essays . 2. ISBN 10: 1881943100 ISBN 13: 9781881943105.

Gavin Geoffrey Dillard (born November 28, 1954) is an American poet and songwriter. He is the author of nine books of verse, two poetry anthologies, a memoir, numerous popular and classical art songs. He wrote many of the lyrics for Bark! The Musical. An award-winning opera, When Adonis Calls, is composed entirely of Dillard’s poetry. Dillard was born in Asheville, North Carolina, on November 28, 1954.

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Dillard's other published work includes Sacred Passion, "an exquisitely photographed celebration of male love in its purest forms. Gavin Geoffrey Dillard has been at the forefront of the gay cultural scene for over two decades. ballsy Barricade Books. Gavin, whom the LA Times once pegged as The Naked Poet for his regular in-the-buff readings around that town, now lives on the coast of Northern California with a mélange of cats, chickens and orchids.

Poets Have always been kinky.

Who are we? How did we get here? Where are we going? If the poets do not tell us, then how will we know? S&M, piercing, drag, dildoes: is any of this really new? Or are we only revisiting Pandora's bountiful box?

From the lascivious satire of Catullus to the obsessions of Michelangelo, the fetishes of Edna St. Vincent Millay to the faunal fantasies of DH Lawrence, the howling of Ginsberg and the beats to the sultry slammers of modern-day San Francisco, poet/photographer Gavin Geoffrey Dillard has collected the most exotic of the erotic of the poetic pantheon, lest any further clues be lost between the cracks.

Comments: (4)
Talrajas
I bought this book, sight unseen, because I was looking for translations of the work of G. G. Belli, whose work is mentioned in the promotional matter. An Italian friend had raved to me about Belli's sensual edginess, and I had hoped to make that poet's acquaintance in at least an approachable English version. It looked as if I might also expect to encounter similar work of high caliber by other poets of different eras, possibly with some good critical commentary: "From the lascivious satire of Catullus to the obsessions of Michelangelo, the fetishes of Edna St. Vincent Millay to the faunal fantasies of DH Lawrence..." Well, for starters, the book isn't indexed or organized so that you can easily find any poet mentioned, and more to the point, it really appears to be a showcase for the anthologist's mediocre work interleaved with a collection of forgettable poems by modern unknowns (maybe friends of his). There's so much hay in the stack it becomes a chore to keep looking for a needle, any needle. If you were hoping to find texts that melded erotic subjects with the poetic discipline of past eras, or to fill out your knowledge of significant writers with material that could not have been circulated in their day, sorry, this is not the place. What you get is someone without any particular grace of language or mastery of poetic device talking about wiping sperm on his cat after masturbating. I feel bad for the cat.

Back to the search for Belli (I still haven't found whatever works of his are supposedly hiding in this volume), who was translated by the great and gritty Anthony Burgess but out of print thank you very much. And I guess I'll wait forever for someone to give English speaking readers a good go at Pushkin's Gavriliad (Playboy ran a verse translation back in the 70's but it was never anthologized). Cruel of you to taunt us, Mr. Dillard.
Quemal
If you like poetry and you like anthologies of poetry but wonder where all the good parts are, then this is a collection for you. Arranged by topic or activity addressed in the piece (there are five categories in all), this collection spans 2600 years of human work in the words of 122 individuals. There is some activity or topic for everyone but this means that some may be offended now and again by other pieces. Dillard has done a good job of collecting materials together though some historical background might be interesting too -- but then I'm a historian so that is one of my fetishes.
Fhois
Here is whopper of a poetry assembled by a tireless poet himself, Gavin Dillard, also known by the title of "the Naked Poet" for going to Poetry Readings and appearing in the buff. This anthology contains many poems that are stripped to the bare essentials like the editor himself. I can say that you can flip open to any page and happen upon quirky original works that will draw you into the world of rich, exotic, verve-y works and it is similar to riding a magic carpet ride. I want to thank Gavin Dillard for his dedicated work in assembling this collection. This book of golden nuggets is NOT for the timid....Caution: .....Mature Works Ahead. I am proud to be represented in this collection and encourage others in this collection to write their ideas in this arena offered by Amazon.Com and of course Readers too, and Book-buyers, who without we would not be here.
Trash Obsession
In the beginning was the Flesh, and the flesh became Word
and Gavin Dillard has collected the word about flesh in a groundbreaking anthology. Spanning from classical Greece to contemporary San Francisco, he takes us on a poetic tour of the perimeter of sexual desire. In doing so, he reveals something of the center.
The collection is of consistent high quality, with poets of the stature of Byron, Lawrence and Whitman alongside some stunning contemporary poets. Dillard's own, with images as sharp and clear as the sting of a whip, are among the collection's best.