Tag Archives: Robin S Ngangom

Updatapam: where we are losing now

As the collapsing table of dubious poetic comestibles continues to rain rum upon the unwary in its second year of uncoordinated activities, I thought I’d just flash fry the News Fish with a series of unlikely and largely mendacious updates … Continue reading

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Robin into Scots

It was when I read this poem by Robin that I suddenly realised I could work in Scots, that there could be a connection worth exploring across two such closely-related languages. Something about the relationship between the speaker and his … Continue reading

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