‘Hooligans’ by Katrina Naomi (Rack Press, 2015, 979-0-9927654-7-7, 12 pages, £5)
Always, we hear how it is hard to write political poetry. Hooligans barely fits – it is war poetry. Injurious to our apathetic pride, bloody, appalling, right there.
Katrina Naomi, in her signature plain-speak, unlaces mouths who should never have been tied. This isn’t history, it is happening.