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Summary

In this interview we are joined by writer, poet and musician Benjamin Zephaniah to discuss his long anticipated autobiography, The Life and Rhymes of Benjamin Zephaniah.  

Zephaniah transformed performance poetry when he came onto the scene in the 1980s and has gone on to convey political and societal messages through his work. He’s also written numerous novels, children’s books and plays as well as releasing multiple albums. A multitalented man with an uneasy childhood and mixed up teen years, he has plenty to say in his autobiography.  

When he came to the studio, he spoke about overcoming his shyness, writing about his mum and what the West can learn from the rest of the world about peace. 

Listen to The Life and Rhymes of Benjamin Zephaniah here.
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Interesting Introduction

This was a concise interview about Zephaniah and his work. If you didn't know about him before, it would be an interesting introduction, as you can pick out the depth of his work and impact, though he never explicitly states or gives great detail. I will definitely get his autobiography.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-08-18

liked his stories

We may have different opinions on certain things, but i can say his work, his voice and his stories always keep me interested.