Tag Archives | Beverley Nambozo

Mildred K. Barya compares Beverley Nambozo’s “At the graveyard” with Sylvia Plath’s “Daddy”

Beverley Nambozo and Sylvia Plath. Different generations coming together through poetry The first time I read Beverley Nambozo’s poem, “At the graveyard” I liked it very much but no comparison came to my mind. The second time I read it, which is recently, I was like whoa, how did I… Read more

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Meet Beverley Nambozo the poet

It’s a pleasure to have a conversation with one of my favorite poets, Beverley Nambozo. I like what she does with eroticism in her poems. She certainly takes it to an art form. It’s rare to come across good erotic poetry…. Read more

Read full story Comments { 3 }