Moving Voices: Black Performance Poetry
A comprehensive collection of poems by twelve,leading Caribbean and UK-born performance poetsthis book not only features biographies of each,poet and a detailed introduction discussing Black,performance poetry and its roots in the oral,traditions of African and Caribbean culture, but,also an accompanying CD with live performances,of selected poems. Check out the website,www.movingvoices.co.uk.
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Black Performance Poetry in England
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