The Perseverance

The Perseverance

The Perseverance is the remarkable debut book by British-Jamaican poet Raymond Antrobus. Ranging across history and continents, these poems operate in the spaces in between, their haunting lyrics creating new, hybrid territories. The Perseverance is a book of loss, contested language and praise, where elegies for the poet?s father sit alongside meditations on the d/Deaf exp The Perseverance is the remarkable debut book by British-Jamaican poet Raymond Antrobus. Ranging across history and...

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Title:The Perseverance
Author:Raymond Antrobus
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Genres:Poetry
ISBN:The Perseverance
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:91 pages pages

The Perseverance Reviews

  • Khy
    Jan 08, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Victoria (Eve's Alexandria)
    Jan 09, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Ion
    Oct 28, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Shivanee Ramlochan
    Jan 03, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

  • Margaryta
    Oct 07, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

    REVIEW FORTHCOMING ...

  • Sarah
    Dec 31, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

  • Katy
    Jan 17, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • jay moran
    Sep 19, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

  • Chris Baker
    Oct 17, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

  • Eddus
    Jan 07, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Salena  Godden
    Jan 06, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Kirat Pawar
    Nov 30, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Anna
    Dec 19, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Cassie Fitch
    Jan 05, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Beth Storey
    Dec 16, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Susan
    Jan 07, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Danny Bidwell
    Oct 22, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Shanti
    Nov 30, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

  • Seashanties
    Nov 06, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Charlotte Kelly
    Dec 18, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Stephanie
    Jan 03, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Paul "Axl" Askew
    Oct 08, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Rochelle Roberts
    Dec 17, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Aaisha
    Jan 02, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Claire
    Dec 27, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Benjamin Hayes
    Oct 25, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • James Trevelyan
    Oct 06, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • BookGirlGeek
    Jan 14, 2019

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

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  • Alex
    Dec 15, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

    REVIEW FORTHCOMING ...

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  • Jared Doe
    Dec 12, 2018

    This is an upcoming title I was lucky enough to get an early copy of. This is a brilliant collection, discussing the multiple facets of identity, such as race (the author is of mixed heritage, English and Jamaican), disability, gender etc, and the isolation those identities can/do brin...

    I saw Raymond Antrobus live a few weeks ago, and he?s amazing! I know I?ve read books with deaf characters before, but I don?t think I?ve read much poetry. One thing that really stood out to me in this collection was how much it draws on current affairs. I had no idea bout some...

    It should be no surprise that a d/Deaf poet conjures a powerful sound world. The resonance of these poems oscillates between the voices of Antrobus' family - Jamacain patois, British market stall - his father's sound system tinkering and his own experinces of language and miscommunicat...

    Review forthcoming! ...

    Poetry collectio from a British-Jamaican poet on language, communication, fathers, and the d/Deaf experience that was very much my cup of tea. ...

    REVIEW FORTHCOMING ...

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