Poems on Gender

POEMS ON GENDER
at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Paradise in Augustines – the Snug
Aug 6-13, 15-20, 22-28
1:35pm, 40 minutes
(£8/£4)
(tickets and programme listing)

SHORT CLIPS FROM POEMS ON GENDER (Lancaster Performance)

from GENDER IDENTITY

from TWO SPIRIT

from MAKING BABIES

from TRANSITION 

from NAILING THE SOUL BACK INTO THE BODY

Performance Videos: some of my live performances

My poetry books:

Poems on Gender

The River Was a God 

Nazis Need Jews 

Science, Love and Revolution

About me

youtube – DavidLeeMorgan

youtube – revolupo Poetry and Revolution

my facebook page

send me an email

9 comments

  1. Hello,
    I met you in Tunis at the world social forum, and I very liked your poems. Can I ask the lyrics of the one called “what is to be done” please
    I very enjoy this one in particular
    Thank you
    Kind regards.

    Yassine

  2. Have seen you at the Fringe: intellectual, profound, rhythmic. Touching!
    A Highlight at this Festival. Thank you!

  3. Yes, my fellow poet, your poem and your tone and style of your recitation are very very good and charming. I am so pleased to listen to you. I do hope, in future, we will meet together in a place.

  4. I saw David at the Morecambe Fringe this month. As a poet, I was impressed. Not just the sheer scale of work, and his remembering it all, but I thought it walked the line well between didacticism and ‘lyricism’ (for example). Often, if I felt a piece start to approach preaching, a well-observed simile – or similar such device – lifted me up further, and kept me in the poem.

    Talking about the subject matter, I am glad I went, despite not always fully agreeing with everything. It was refreshing to hear about non-agreement as normal (something we might tend to forget, as the spectre of Cancel Culture looms). Anyway, aside from ‘agreement’, I had my perspective widened, and learned something.

    In summary, thank you David. Keep up the good work 🙂

Leave a Reply to JoB Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published.