Yearly Archives: 2013

Against the Tide: launch in Cape Town

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Broken Clock

by  Rofhiwa Nelwamondo   The hatched darkness takes its course, The rude goat proud and tight! On the edge of a broken lie, Darkness stole the trust. Awakening terror creeping through The slowest heaving hours! Bulging curses storm of fire, Kept

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The Sillerman First Book Prize for African Poets

The African Poetry Series has been made possible through seed funding from philanthropists, Laura and Robert F. X. Sillerman, whose generous contributions have facilitated the establishment of the African Poetry Book Fund.  Mr. and Mrs. Sillerman have also welcomed the

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Melancholic

by Ashley Makue   Am I sad because my poetry requires it? My fingers have been searching for things in distant places; lovers in faraway summertime cities, singers in Sunnyside, syllables in rosy poetry. Sometimes my thoughts go there too-

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Poems by Carlton Carr

Bareback he fucks like a scorpion there is a sting in his tail a tale of abuse on the silver tongue that licks me unprotected i am at the mercy of his history and the odds are not great there

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