Sentinel Literary Quarterly   

Vol. 1 No. 1, September 2007. ISSN 1753-6499 (Online).


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Wandia Njoya

Nnorom Azuonye


Chika Unigwe


Chiedu Ezeanah

David Mclean

John Younger

Lee Firth

Mario Susko

Idris Caffrey

Mathew Martin


Bob Rogers

Noel Williams


Karen Smith

Sule E. Egya





Author: Moss Rich
Title: Requiem for a Typewriter
Karen Smith
Publisher: Pighog Press
Price: £6.00 + £2 p&p, order online at
ISBN: 0-9542443-4-6

Moss Rich is a remarkable nonagenarian poet from Brighton, who, despite a loss to his senses of sight and hearing, is very much alive to the world.

In the afterword to the new collection of this anthologised poet, the
publisher, John Davies, recalls his first impression of the writer:
‘He looked very like the dormouse at the Mad Hatter’s tea party, except that he was awake.’


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