Poetic Politics

Culture and the 2014 Scottish Independence Referendum

‘Divali in Kessock’ by Arun Sood

We’re strong believers that poetry should be heard as well as read, so we asked the poets in the book to send us audio recordings of themselves reading their work. We’ll be sharing some of these pieces from our YouTube channel over the next couple of months: we hope that you enjoy them as we have!

The first poem we’re featuring is ‘Divali in Kessock,’ by Arun Sood. You can see Arun’s words in print when the book is launched in Edinburgh on Oct. 29th at the Word Power Radical Book Fair. Click here for more information on the launch. Enjoy!

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Researcher, artist, and producer of spoken word poetry.

One comment on “‘Divali in Kessock’ by Arun Sood

  1. irenehossack
    October 5, 2016

    Reblogged this on Poetry and Reading and commented:
    Great to hear this poem read by its author

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