Take me to when death / was something I could poke, fearlessly, with a stick
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A Voice Coming from Then, Rhondda Burning: Paintings and Poems, Grief Dialogue

Liza Penn-Thomas reviews three poetry titles, among them a book about homophobic bullying which she judges timely and necessary art

PUBLISHED ON: 28/02/23


There is nothing graphic in this exploration of queer identity and homophobic bullying, but stark suicide data coupled with the poet’s lived experienc …

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