In response to the last Wednesday Writing Prompt: A collection of poems of protest and comments in honor of Reuben Woolley

Jamie Dedes' THE POET BY DAY Webzine

Reuben Woolley

In response to the last Wednesday Writing Prompt, today we celebrate Reuben Woolley’s life, poetry, and commitment to protest poetry. Reuben was published widely in print and digital publications. He also hosted to poetry zines:I am not a poet and Curly Mind. I believe his most recent collection is This Hall of Several Tortures.I am not a silent poet is a zine dedicated to poetry and artwork of protest against abuse in all shapes and forms. Reuben’s motivation for founding the site: “I have seen such increased evidence of abuse recently that I felt it was time to do something. I am not a silent poet looks for poems about abuse in any of its forms, colour, gender, disability, the dismantlement of the care services, the privatisation of the NHS, the rape culture and, of course, war and its victims are just the…

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