Poéfrika Review: "Marcus and the Amazons" by Geoffrey Philp

 "I could hang tens of other names on the character of Marcus, in Geoffrey Philp's book, Marcus and the Amazons, but Marcus is perhaps the better fit after all. He reminds me of people that have in some way or another crossed and influenced my life, in Africa and on every other continent. If my children have not lived through what people of my generation lived through, I'd be happy if they lived through this book."
Read more of Rethabile Masilo's review of Marcus and the Amazons over at his blog. As a poet and scientist who studied insects, Rethabile brings an added dimension to the critique of the book.


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