Features & Reviews

 

Editorial

The Poet as Terrorist

 

Interview

George Elliott Clarke in conversation

with Amatoritsero Ede

The Fire This Time

 

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Readers’ Comments on July Issue

 

Poets

 

George Elliott Clarke

Melissa Upfold

Martin Jack

Mathew Martin

 

 

Artists

Hassan Aliyu

Tunde Odunlade

 

 

Contributors

August Contributors

 

Sentinel Poetry (Online)

The International Journal of Poetry & Graphics

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George Elliott Clarke I Photo by Geeta Paray-Clarke

Guest Poet for August 2006

 

My poetry comes from anger - or nothing.

I also mean love. What drives me is rage

over racism, sexism, the capitalist imperium,

and just the sheer stupidity of inhumanity.

But I also yearn for, mourn, the lost beauty

of the world of my childhood  - all that sprightly

optimism and sparkling wit of 1960-68,

from King & Kennedy to Trudeau & Malcolm X.

- George Elliott Clarke 

The Fire This Time


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Sentinel Poetry (Online) #45August 2006   ISSN 1479-425X

THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF POETRY & GRAPHICS...since December 2002

Editor: Amatoritsero Ede

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