Colin Robinson’s You Have You Father Hard Head breaks new ground in Caribbean poetry as it explores with candour, wit and irony themes of sexual love between men and views of life with HIV.
Inscribe-supported writer Mahsuda Snaith has signed a two-book deal with publishers Transworld for its Doubleday imprint.
Colin Robinson has just published his first collection of poetry. He lives in Trinidad and Tobago, to which he has returned twice, from Leeds at age 4, and Brooklyn at age 45.
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