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'Blows you out of the water with its sheer brilliance' -- TONY MOCHAMA ('Smitta') - THE STANDARD, Kenyan Daily

'Stephen Derwent Partington is one of those rare writers - a poet's poet who is also a people's poet...who never stops wrestling with this mess we call humanity' --MUKOMA WA NGUGI - Author

'Provocative, subversive, yet compassionate. Stephen's poetry always makes you want to get up and do something about what is not working. A must read'
-- PHYLLIS MUTHONI - Winner of Kenya's National Poetry Prize

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'How to Euthanise a Cactus' is an important second collection from one of East Africa's most talented poets. Partington combines political engagement with highly crafted writing, inviting readers to glimpse the heady mixture of beauty and violence, humanity and danger that characterises a nation and a region of the brink of both catastrophe and hope.

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