Books: The Busiest Man in Literature Kevin le Gendre Meets Kwame Dawes, Prolific Poet, Passionate Teacher and High Priest of Reggae
Gendre, Kevin Le, The Independent (London, England)
The expression "Wheel and Come Again", the title of the latest Kwame Dawes book, has a special significance in reggae. When a crowd tells a DJ to wheel and come again at a dance in Jamaica, it not only signals their desire to hear a particular record for a second or third time, but also acts as an encouragement to keep on pumping out the music. To keep producing those magical distortions of drum and bass that shake the speakers to the core. This drive towards booming productivity, this urgent desire to keep things coming, has also defined the career of Kwame Dawes.
Since his first book appeared in1994, Kwame Dawes has kept on producing literature at the same rate as a top …
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Publication information: Article title: Books: The Busiest Man in Literature Kevin le Gendre Meets Kwame Dawes, Prolific Poet, Passionate Teacher and High Priest of Reggae. Contributors: Gendre, Kevin Le - Author. Newspaper title: The Independent (London, England). Publication date: August 23, 1998. Page number: C11. © 2009 The Independent - London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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