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This is the second in the series of poetry collections that began with September. Once again, adapting the Japanese tanka form, Quentin S. Crisp presents a poetic and aphoristic journal of season, mood, observation and introspection. Both a scrapbook of a writer’s working process and a marshalling of new combinations of subject matter through an update of old forms, October is a further attempt by the author to close the gap between the time-taking, record-keeping distance of the written word and the immediacy of the living moment.