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Dan Erickson, writer of erotic m4m fiction and commentator of American culture, collects his commentaries and poetic works in one volume for the first time. This car has no air bags! Welcome to Dan Erickson's brazen view into the strengths and nonsense of masculine life and lust.

©2016 Dan Erickson (P)2017 Dan Erickson

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Everyone needs to leave their comfort zone

In a world where the president is racist, sexist and shows evidence that he has never read a book, Read All Over explains a lot, using essays, poems, and artful fiction. Mr. Erickson describes the reality of emotion facing gay men, the variety of their physical attraction, and the actions that draw them together. The listener can only guess where the line between truth and fiction lies. His writing is imaginative, moves quickly and shows great emotional range. Never a dull moment. His commentary on the problems he has chosen to describe are concise and believable. His reading shows emotional range form moments when he seems to tear up, expresses disbelief and stands strong in the face of disaster. His voice is very familiar. The content may surprise some, repulse some , and some may quit reading (their loss). It doesn't hurt to take a walk on the wild side!