From the Author
"Poems in 'School's Out' should be fun Saying something, but fun, There are too many brainboxes Taking the fun out of poetry, Too many do gooders telling you what's good. By now you should overstand I, Here are poems dat are bad for you The rejects My favourites." [from the introduction]
About the Author
BENJAMIN ZEPHANIAH is probably the best known-contemporary poet in Britain today. His numerous writing credits include Inna Liverpool (AK Press), Funky Chickens (Penguin), Propa Propaganda (Bloodaxe) and the BBC play 'Dread Poets Society'. He has been seen presenting TV programs on the Arts, Politics and Children's TV, as well as the acclaimed 'Passport To Liverpool' Radio Documentary on BBC Radio 4. His prodigious musical output includes the Rasta LP, and recently, the Back To Roots LP (Acid Jazz) and Belly of de Beast LP (Ariwa).