About Geoffrey Dicker
Geoffrey Dicker is the author of 11 books including “Sketches of Verbal Alchemy,” a controversial collection of ‘abstract poetry,’ “Unfinished Lyrics,” an anthology of song lyrics he’s written. Three full length albums of his words have been recorded by singer Jim Emmons (“In the Absence of Red,” “Throwing Stars” and “So Strange”). The song “Manhunt,” performed by Jeremy Gloff, was featured in the film “Eating Out: The Open Weekend.” “I Won the Internet!” Dicker’s 3rd book, features wit, wisdom and celebrity selfies. “Journal of Grievances,” his first novel, is a raw and uncensored look into the ups and downs (both in and out of the bedroom) of a struggling, single gay male writer in New York about to turn 40. “Twisted Tales and Very Short Stories,” is a collection of 200 stories that are each shorter than one page. “Goddamned,” which was released in 2018, is his first play. “Post Celebrity” is a dark comedy set in the future, told by different characters in short stories. "Paddling Backwards" set in present day Chicago deals with two ex-lovers and a mysterious stranger. "In Bad Company" is a satire set in the corporate world. "The Rise and Fall of Utopia - An Oral History" was inspired by, written and released in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic. "Bitter Rants and Love Poems" is a collection of poetry. His art and music blog According2g.com ran over 6,000 posts that featured his world exclusive photos over the course of 5 years. Simultaneously, he amassed over 3.8 million views on his live concert video YouTube channel. He has taken more than 2,000 selfies with famous people and has amassed more than 25,000 autographs in his personal collection. Geoffrey Dicker has lived in Los Angeles, New York and Chicago.
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