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Poetry. A combination of poems published during Dominic Mallary's lifetime alongside poems posthumously selected by friends, DESTROYER OF MAN reveals a fiercely aware young poet writing from a place of anger and beauty with a lyrical virtuosity that is free from censorship. Drawing on a long and varied tradition, Mallary is equal parts Hart Crane and Rimbaud. Arresting, raw, clever, and unexpectedly moving, these poems tear away at the world in a relentless pursuit for liberation from the ugly and mundane. Ultimately, Mallary finds that freedom not at the core of humanity, but in the ashes we leave behind.
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Dominic Mallary was the punk rock Renaissance man. A successful musician, artist, and poet, he remained true to a deeply ingrained DIY ethos up until his untimely death on stage in 2008 at the age of 24. DESTROYER OF MAN is as much a product of Mallary's uncompromising lifestyle as it is the manifestation of his life's work.
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