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In his first two books, Spiritus Pizza and Entering Dennis, poet Dennis Rhodes trained his singular voice and keen eye on the challenges of coming of age in a world overshadowed, if not defined, by HIV. His subjects were people and places on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and fabled Commercial Street in Provincetown. A long-time survivor of HIV (25 years), Rhodes wrote with urgency, wit, and caprice, struggling to find his place in a tenuous culture of medical and political advances. Rudy Kikel, longtime arts editor of Boston’s Bay Windows, pronounced Rhodes a “poet’s poet.” In his work as literary editor of Body Positive magazine and as host of Poets Corner on P’town’s WOMR-FM, Dennis Rhodes championed a dazzling array of gay poetic voices. The Letter I, the poet’s first book in ten years, follows Rhodes into middle age, addressing matters of love, sex, faith, art, and friendship early in a new century.
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Book Description Chelsea Station Editions, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111937627217
Book Description Chelsea Station Editions, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1937627217