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       My name is Dwight Okita and I am based in Chicago. I am an avid coffee drinker and movie-goer, language lover, tech-friendly without getting geeky about it. I'm an award-winning novelist and frequently anthologized poet. And I'm proud of the websites and videos I've created for my wonderful, quirky, talented clients.
       Please feel free to explore.  Dwightland is a place where books, movies, life, art, people and technology are properly worshiped. Don't forget to sign the guestbook and introduce yourself.  
       They say to always include a call to action on one's home page.  Here's mine --  

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Call To Action:  
          
Thanks for dropping by. This site has about 150 visitors per week! My Call To Action for the Month is to ask you to browse and buy my acclaimed poetry book CROSSING WITH THE LIGHT or my novel THE PROSPECT OF MY ARRIVAL.  Thanks so much for supporting a living writer.  Just click on the books below and you will be transported.



Dwight's 
Web Design
WHAT'S NEW?
I'm leading a Meetup Group based in Chicago:  "Cuddle Adventures for Gay Men." And learning how to give healing, therapeutic hugs.










Welcome to DwightOkita.com. 
My website caters to two different and lovely audiences, which may or may not overlap. 

​* For those interested in my writing, please click on the links on the top half of the menu. It's in the upper left-hand corner.

​* For those interested in my web design services, please click on the links on the bottom half of the menu. 
Dwight's
Writing
My two new novels are 
THE HOPE STORE and 
EVERY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE 
(a work-in-progress). This is my first non-sci-fi book & it explores the funhouse of reincarnation.

My poem about the Florida nightclub shooting was published in Huffington Post.  It's called  "In Orlando, There's Nowhere to Hide."