Collection: Dorothea Smartt

Dorothea Smartt, born and raised in London, is of Barbadian heritage. Described as ‘accessible and dynamic’, her poetry appears in several journals and ground-breaking anthologies, including IC3: The Penguin Book of New Black Writing in Britain (2000), and A Storm Between Fingers (Flipped Eye, 2007). She has exhibited at London’s Museum in Docklands, as part of the residency/exhibition project 'TradeWinds-LandFall’ between London and Houston, Texas.
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  • The North 47: 25 Years in the North
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