Poetry. In Nduka's LIVING IN PUBLIC, the spheres of daily living, history, politics and love are not separated. In this book the sensual is sacred.
The poetry is both understated and confrontational. Complacency is anathema to this long poem that passionately unfolds in an exploratory stylistic ambience. LIVING IN PUBLIC riffs on aesthetic and erotic sprightliness. This volume of poetry centers anger, joy and visionary intensity.
Uche Nduka is an itinerant poet-professor presently living in New York City. Author of 11 volumes of poetry, his work has been translated into German, Finnish, Italian, Dutch, and Romanian. Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA