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'Ghetty Gospel' by Isaac Harris

Ghetty Gospel is a triptych of uncompromising stories set in Black America, nauseating sketches of souls getting by "in a country a' rot", the grim landscape gilded in desperate faith and an impasto of eclectic mythology. The protagonists lose grip on a reality that was never really offered, never allowed, probably never existed;  Isaac Harris creates this biome of  négritude through a narrator which haunts Slim, Maurice, Luis, Black and Blud as they're incarcerated in a corner of our very own world, an existence that is so consuming it becomes a fully realised dystopia in itself, a Godforsaken fate, an overwhelming truth.

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Peanut Press is an independent micro-press and community based in Edinburgh, formerly based in Peanut Press Cafe.  We publish limited-run RISO-printed poetry pamphlets and short collections with the entire process carried out in-house.  Our community also hosts poetry nights around the city and we are always looking for new writers and new voices to work with.  Please get in touch with for more information.