Political resistance and personal trauma; dehumanisation and the notion of “home”; we talk to Amir Darwish, a British-Syrian poet of Kurdish origin, about the life of a writer in exile.

Featuring music from Kalochori, a refugee camp in Greece, by Amar, Rody and Ronav Zeno.

This interview was recorded on the event of the publication of a new anthology entitled Resistance- Voices of Exiled Writers, which is available now from Palewell Press.

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