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Let's Pretend We Never Met

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Let's Pretend We Never Met realizes the ten-year fixation the late great Roman poet Catullus has had on Nathaniel G. Moore. Catullus becomes filter, lens, judge, subject and object. From the subjective finality of first-person illusory, Let's Pretend We Never Met is a poetic Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. With dramatic pauses, near-novella overtures and biographical necessity Le ...more
Paperback, 157 pages
Published March 1st 2007 by Pedlar Press
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Nathaniel is the author of Savage 1986-2011 published by Anvil Press. visit and look for the short film on Vimeo.
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