REVIEWS

:: february 2012 ::
blackcoffeepoet.com

Race, relationships, colonization, ignorance, human hurt, survival, and the many good and bads of life grace the pages of Three Cities.  The young poet takes you on a journey, her own French Riviera, the life of a Black woman in transit betweet three Canadian cities

:: july 2013 ::
TOStateOfMind.com

The way she weaved her stories of racism and inter-race racism into the piece along with simple descriptions of Bradford culture effortlessly, emotionally and artistically reinforced my view of what poetry should be: a platform for real people to share real stories…

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  1. […] proud! You can check out the beta site here, where you can see photos of some poems, video and reviews of 3 Cities. Keep your eyes peeled as I’ll be blogging about my next independent bookstore […]

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