Ben Borek: born Camberwell, South London in 1980. Lives in Warsaw.
The poems recorded here are often, more or less directly, exercises in sampling.
- Mixtape 1
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- Mixtape Sonnet 1
- Mixtape Sonnet 2
- Mixtape Sonnet 3
- Mixtape Sonnet 4
- Dear World and Everyone in it! (Bloodaxe)
- London, a History in Verse (Harvard University Press)
- City State (Penned in the Margins)
- Donjong Heights (EggBox)
- Sissy (coming soon from Boiler House Press)
Midweek on the playing fields
I didn’t wanna bust didn’t wanna play the game
I met my love by the gasworks wall
And they call it puppy love
I got my liver
Stolen from Africa
He let me take him in my arms
All the way to Reno
To the black to the white the red and
A very big house in the country
I went to the doctor and guess what he told me?
There’s too much confusion
Beatus vir qui timet dominum.