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Written on: 07/03/2009 by Timmy Summers (1 review written)
This has the potential to become a cult classic, it is original, but the influence of revolutionary poets Gil Scott Heron, The Last Poets and Linton Kwesi Johnson are unmistakable. This is a revolutionary excerpt from a new generation of black poet… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/12/2004 by mememe03 (1 review written)
Mark T Watson, Ordinary Guy - This is page after page of challenging and thought-provoking contemporary poetry. True to the teachings of his Master, the legendary Gil Scott Heron, Mark T. Watson emerges as one of a new generation of young black poets wanting to take the struggle to the next level.
Born in Liverpool, brought up by the care system, straddling two worlds, that of a white Mother and a black Father, or a seaman writing about he world he sees and a student of Gil Scott Heron… Read Full Review
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