Cyril Dabydeen, Unanimous Night, Poetry. Black Moss Press: Ontario, Canada, 2009. $16.95.
Review by By Stan Persaud
Cyril Dabydeen’s new book, Unanimous Night, promises to garner further literary acclaim for Dabydeen. His poetry is “filled with the spirit of exploration, fused with the challenges of immigration and indignation at issues of political injustice,” says the publisher’s blurb, and “his language whisks the reader off in a whirlwind of iconic figures and exotic locations” as diverse as Guevara, Havana, Newfoundland, Shimla, New York, and Guyana. The epigraph juxtaposes iconic ... Read More