The esteemed author’s first foray into versePlease note that a £3 entry fee will need to be paid upon arrival, which is redeemable against any book purchases.
Born & raised in the suburbs of New York City, Marqusee immigrated to Britain in 1971. He’s lived in & around North London ever since & has been an active contributor to numerous political & social causes. As a Labour Party member for nearly 20 years, including a stint as editor of the Labour Briefing, he resigned in 2000 & has since moved to anti-war, pro Palestinian, anti-cuts campaigns, among others.
Street Music is a manifesto comprised of 60+ poems for the London streets.
‘…deeply personal collection of poems from one of Britain's most highly regarded left-wing writers and social observers…’
- The Guardian.
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