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Back in 1999, Paolo Di Canio marked his debut for West Ham with a wonderful scissors kick that flew past Wimbledon’s Neil Sullivan and into the corner of the net. It became the goal of the season and some still say it was the best in the history of the [...]
By Musa Okwonga
Musa wrote this article for the Independent: http://blogs.independent.co.uk/2010/12/09/racism-at-oxford-with-three-real-life-examples/
I don’t write about racism very often; and, fortunately enough, I don’t have to think about it too often. But, every now and again, it demands my attention. It’s funny; there is so much writing on the Internet that I [...]Continue Reading →
Musa Okwonga speaks poetry and politics, Manchester United and student riots. Listen here in the first episode of our new spoken word podcast.
Presented by Raymond Antrobus. Produced by Kaamil Ahmed.
This is the first podcast and a pilot episode. Me and Ray need feedback so that we can improve it for [...]Continue Reading →
By Kaamil Ahmed
“You store images for posterity, that’s what poets do” – Musa Okwonga of Benin City
spoke to Benin City’s Musa Okwonga about their views on poetry and the ‘human condition’ ahead of the launch of Benin City’s New EP – Invisble Cake, at [...]Continue Reading →