by Raymond Antrobus The Good Immigrant is for everyone in Britain As ethnic minorities in Britain it is easy to see how easily things can be taken for granted, how […]
Raymond Antrobus is a British-Jamaican poet, performer and educator, born and bred in East London, Hackney. He is one of the world’s first recipients of an MA in Spoken Word Education.
His poems have been published in magazines and literary journals such as The Rialto, Magma Poetry, Oxford Diaspora’s Programme, British Council Literature, Shooter Literary Journal, The Missing Slate, Morning Star, Media Diversified, and Bloodaxe’s Ten Anthology.
Raymond has read and performed his poetry at festivals, such as Glastonbury, Latitude and Bestival, and universities including Oxford, Goldsmiths, and Warwick. He has also read internationally in South Africa, Kenya, North America, Jamaica, Sweden, Italy, Germany and Switzerland.
Twitter: @RaymondAntrobus Website: www.raymondantrobus.com