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Caribbean Bookshelf (January/February 2016)

Written by Shivanee Ramlochan for Caribbean Beat on no date provided

'A merchant of feathers sells soft things in hard times, as we learn in these new poems from Jamaican Tanya Shirley. From one of the poetic voices highlighted by Kei Miller in his far-sighted 2007 New Caribbean Poetry anthology, here is a lyrical communion of delicacy and barbarity that sings a tempestuous song of contemporary Caribbean society.'

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