“This collection made me smile, chuckle, belly laugh and nod in agreement.”
Nathan Brown at Louder Than War magazine has been reading James Domestic’s new book of punk poetry, ‘Domesticated Vol 1’ and compares it to John Cooper Clarke, Benjamin Zephaniah and Spike Milligan, so that’s not bad at all.
“For the most part humorous, if a little dark or twisted in places. James ventures into the politics of this crumbling island.”
You can read the full review here: https://louderthanwar.com/domesticated-vol-1-by-james-domestic-book-review/
Fred Spenner at Underdog Fanzine had a nose through ‘Domesticated’ too and says James “Throws into the blender with devotion - Punk, politics, lifestyles, the characteristics of work, the environment, nostalgia, getting older and a typical British quirk - all thrown together like a bag packed at the last minute for a tour.”
You can read his full review here: https://www.underdog-fanzine.de/2023/04/11/domesticated-vol-1/
“This is not only honest and sometimes radical, but mostly pure anarchy and a verbal treat." §