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Tolu Akinyemi

7 Jul 2019
Title: Dead Dogs Don’t Bark Author: Tolu Akinyemi Publisher: T&B Global Concepts Ltd., UK Year: 2019 Pages: 112 A year after Tolu Akinyemi’s poetry volume, Dead Dogs Don’t Bark came out, the UK-based poet has returned with the second edition of the book with a makeover. The two-part poetry collection tries to reawaken the spirit…
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