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30 March 2015
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'Miley Cyrus' and the Female Body: Who's to Blame?
The controversial positing of the female body within the sphere of pop music is hardly a new phenomenon; each and every generation of women...
Ezra Tafari Rose
I used to braid my great granny's Jamaican head of hair. That's when my daddy noticed I was queer. That's the time my big brother started...
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War and violence become abstracted the further we are away from them. All of our exposure boils down to news reports and research updates...
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Why do I get the sense that spoken word remains a niche cultural avenue? I'm not here to pose the tired question, 'Is poetry dead?' but...
Online-publishing Teenagers Create a Whole New Meaning for Poetry
Even when we lose all hope in our seemingly hopeless race of humanity, there is still a flickering and poignantly strong light at the end...
Simon Mole : Indiana Jones and the Extra Chair - 4 1/2 Stars
Perhaps the most exciting aspect of spoken word as a medium is its lack of definition and therefore its incredible versatility. Whereas...
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The success of #NationalPoetryDayUK and the increasing number of followers for poets on Twitter shows that users of the social network...
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It's Poetry Day So we're searching on Twitter For tweets that do rhyme And will make us all titter And if you are trying To write some...
Plagiarism in Poetry: What is Really at Stake?
There is the poet who seeks recognition, and the poet who seeks to be part of something bigger than herself. For the one, plagiarism is...
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A few weeks ago, I challenged myself to sing in public during the weekend of the 4th to the 6th of October: and on Thursday evening, I...
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