Babylon Burning: 9/11 poetry has produced an anthology of poetry reflecting on 9/11 and its aftermath. It is free, but if you enjoy it and can afford to, please make a donation – however modest – to the Red
Cross. There will soon be a paperback version (with all profits going to the Red Cross), but in the meantime, please download the PDF version from
Why the Red Cross? nthposition answers: “They are looking after people who lost everything in the tsunami and in Katrina. They are helping close to two million people in Darfur – the world’s “worst humanitarian crisis”, according to the UN – who have fled their homes over the last two years. They are assisting 11 million East Africans – food shortages are particularly severe in central and southern Somalia, northeastern Kenya, southeastern Ethiopia and Djibouti. They safeguard prisoners-of-war’s rights. I could go on, but we all know the facts and figures.”

Barry Kavanagh writes fiction, and has made music, formerly with Dacianos.

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