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On The Road Again

73 pages40 minutes


The next installment in the poetic life of Stephen Brown, On The Road Again is the sixth in the chronological series of his collections, containing the three short volumes Moving Again, Four Floors Up and Two Cities.
Comprising sixty or so titles, Roads contains the usual eclectic mix, with lines lifted from such diverse locations as Paris, Oostend, a London flat and the North of England.
The rap-style musings of Flotsam and Whiter Than White lie comfortably together with more structured songs such as Spinning, One Kiss, and Empty House Blues, all of which of course wrap snugly around the other entertaining verses like A Snail in Two Cities, Double Glazing and Questions That Smells Bring to Mind.
Who says poetry is dead?

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