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Anthony Sutton

Anthony Sutton received his B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Houston where he won the Gulf Coast Fellowship in Undergraduate Creative Writing, was an honorable mention for the Brian Lawrence Award, and, with Glass Mountain, won the AWP National Program Director’s Prize. Since then he’s received fellowships from Gemini Ink and The Poetry at Roundtop Festival. Other poems from Anthony have appeared or are forthcoming in Nothing. No One. Nowhere., Anklebiters Press, The FUHA Zine, and The Aletheia. Currently he is poetry editor for Houston and Nomadic Voices and social media coordinator for Ostrich Review. In the fall he’ll be an MFA candidate at Purdue University.

Some Days I Sound Like a Nihilistic John Lennon (Song)

John Lennon street art

Imagine there’s no heaven, and hell
is explained to us by the Quran
as the thing muddying our faces.

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