Poet Grant Newman takes you
on an emotional journey of acculturation for a Jewish man of
color from the 1970s and beyond. Greatly inspired by the beliefs
and writings of author Otto Zvi Cahn, Newman draws upon
religious beliefs that reflect in his writings about love,
death, the workplace, divorce and even our economic climate.
Written from his childhood
years to the present, From Exile to Excision intertwines our
present-day life with traditional Judeo/Christian imagery that
seeks to unify beliefs and values across all religions and walks
About the Author
Grant Newman has been
publishing poetry since the age of eight. He has worked in the
public sector for 30 years and is currently a support worker for
people with learning difficulties and challenging behavior.
Grant is currently working on a supplemental poetry pamphlet for
peace inspired by Shim Shalom’s poem, “Ishmael my Brother”, and
references to Jews in the Koran. He currently resides in
Flitwick, Bedfordshire UK.
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