Author: Fabian Adekunle Badejo

Fabian Adekunle Badejo is the author of Claude—A Portrait of Power and Salted Tongues—Modern Literature in St. Martin. His literary essay "Negritude in the Forgotten Territories: Lasana Mwanza Sekou and Aimé Césaire" appears in Negritude: Legacy and Present Relevance, edited by Isabelle Constant and Kahiudi C. Mabana. Badejo coordinated the 1982 groundbreaking St. Maarten Festival of Culture (SMAFESTAC). He has produced concerts by kaisonian Mighty Dow and humorists Paul Keens Douglas and Fernando Clark. Badejo has directed plays and film documentaries and presented scholarly papers on St. Martin's literature and culture at regional and international conferences. Between 1989 and 2005, the former Nigerian diplomat was managing director/editor, publisher, and news director respectively of The St. Maarten Guardian, St. Martin Business Week, and Today Newspaper. For over 30 years, Badejo has produced and hosted PJD2's "Culture Time," the longest running weekly cultural magazine on radio in St. Martin. FANTASIES—LOVE-MAKING POEMS is his first collection of poetry.

Fantasies — Love-making poems
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Fantasies — Love-making poems

House of Nehesi Publishers

Poetry. Music. Erotica. "A grown-up literary confection that does what verse written by men seems to seldom do these days: celebrate male strength by exploring in all its big-hearted glory, ...its vulnerability, honesty... and, yes, avid beauty."—Sh...

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