Erik Kennedy

Erik Kennedy is the author of the chapbook Twenty-Six Factitions (Cold Hub Press, 2017) and the full-length There’s No Place Like the Internet in Springtime (Victoria University Press, 2018). His poems have recently been published in places like 3:AM Magazine, LEVELER, The Manchester Review, Poetry, Powder Keg Magazine, and Prelude, and his criticism has been in the Los Angeles Review of Books and the TLS. He lives in Christchurch, New Zealand, and on Twitter at @thetearooms.

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