Raymond Antrobus

Poet, Educator, Editor, Curator, Investigator Of Missing Sounds

in Print


Maybe My Most Important Identity Is Being A Son - Poetry Foundation, Mar 2019

For Rashan Charles - Poets.org, Feb 2019

On Being Noticed - Published in TriQuarterly, Jan 2019

After Being Called A Fucking Foreigner in London Fields - Published in News Statesman, Oct 2018

Sound Machine - Published in Poetry Review (winner of Geoffrey Dearmer Prize judged by Ocean Vuong) 2017 / 2018

Maybe I Could Love A Man - Published in MOKO, Caribbean Arts & Letters 2018  

Ode to My Hair - Published in Wildness Journal, issue 14, 2018

I Move Through London Like A Hotep - Published in POETRY magazine 2018

Aunt Beryl Meets Castro - Published in Modern Poetry In Translation 2018

Echo - Published in POETRY magazine 2017

His Heart - Published in And Other Poems 2016

Dear Hearing World - Published in The Deaf Poets Society 2016

Goodnight Africa Man – Published in Morning Star 2015

To Sweeten Bitter – Published in Magma 2015

One Night At Zulu Bar In Cape Town – Published in The Missing Slate 2013

Status – Published in And Other Poems 2013



Echo (A Deaf Sequence Essay)Poetry Foundation 2017

British Council Lit - Raymond Antrobus at Kingston Book Festival 2018

Large Aboard - Published in The Jamaica Gleaner 2016 

You Cannot Give Your Students What You Do Not Give Yourself - Published in Gulf Coast 2015

In Praise Of Michael Rosen – Published by Apples and Snakes 2014

Shapes & Disfigurements Of Raymond Antrobus - Book Review by Sabotage Reviews 2013

Book Review - To Sweeten Bitter 2017


Raymond Antrobus