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2017 Forward First Collections Reviewed #3

Written by Martyn Crucefix for Martyn Crucefix on Wednesday, August 2, 2017

The condition of the exile is always liminal, not living fully in either of two places. In Makoha’s case this gives him the space to contribute to English poetry a dark, knotty, often difficult kind of music, plainly relevant in its response to some of the horrors of the contemporary world.

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This is a review of Kingdom of Gravity

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