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New York Times Magazine features Nick Makoha's poem!

Poet Terrance Hayes has selected Nick Makoha’s poem, ‘From the King’ for his wonderful column at the New York Times Magazine. The poem comes from Nick’s Felix Dennis Award shortlisted collection, Kingdom of Gravity. You can read the poem online at the NYT here...


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