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Our Spring Pamphlet Choice Ellora Sutton’s debut Antonyms for Burial is by definition the antithesis of death - surreal and sensual, “so sticky so / galloping”. Verbal alchemy abounds, “all split-/party-bag with queerness”, in this “revisionist” world (and word) view. Inspired by queer love in a Pre-Raphaelite painting, “the loose net of my body”, Sappho and Gizmo-the-dog snatched by seagulls – Sutton finds an off-kilter poetry everywhere. This is a rare song-thrush of a pamphlet: “I’d never seen one before / I’ve not seen one since”.

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