Storage Space: A collection of contemporary poetry

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Darren Stein worked in the townships and squatter camps around Johannesburg and Soweto from 1992-1996. His fields included adult literacy, voter education and community policing. His poetry deals with the emotional turmoil of his years in the townships, the psychological toll that this took upon him, and his subsequent immigration to Australia. His salvation is the joy of parenthood and marriage. More
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About Darren Stein

Darren Stein is an Australian artist, writer and poet. He teaches History and Comparative Religion at a college on Sydney's North Shore. His work has been published in a variety of publications, most recently, The Journal of Microliterature, Poetica, Twelve Winters Press, Rangitawa Press, Corner Club Press, Red Dashboard Press, HeadSpace Magazine and Pearson Education. He is married with two children and a fat and happy guinea pig named Creeper. His new book, The Nut House Poems, has just been released by Red Dashboard Publications and is available on Amazon.

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Review by: Alice Ouellette on March 10, 2011 :
I loved this collection of poems. I found them very moving and insightful, interesting and sometimes sad but well worth reading. Wait till you have some time to read this one because you won't want to stop once you start!
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