‘Organ Harvest’ is a collection of thirty-three short poems in traditional English verse from the UK’s Damian Robin. They are inspired by research from Nobel Peace Prize 2017 nominee Ethan Gutmann, and previous Nobel nominees David Kilgour, David Matas, and Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH); and other sources.
Some poems express the ethical dilemmas of Chinese medical practitioners forced to carry out transplants; some, the views of practitioners and managers who carry out their work willingly; some question the media and the poet’s local U.K. government; some are written from the view of recipients of organs; and some from the view of victims.
Robin is an English poetry consultant to the White Cloud Poetry Society, a Chinese-English poetry site, and is an advisor to The Society of Classical Poets.
The book is available for purchase from Robin’s website at fultonverse.com.