Keston Sutherland

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Keston Sutherland
Occupationpoet, essayist, professor
GenreExperimental literature
Literary movementLate modernism

Keston M. Sutherland is a British poet, and Professor of Poetics at the University of Sussex.[1] He was the editor of the poetics and critical theory journal QUID and is co-editor (with Andrea Brady) of Barque Press. His poetry has been compared to J. H. Prynne, John Wilkinson, and Drew Milne.[1][2] His poem Hot White Andy was first published in the United States in a special issue of Chicago Review.[3]


  1. ^ a b "Keston Sutherland". Retrieved 30 January 2023.
  2. ^ Jarvis, Simon (2007). "The Poetry of Keston Sutherland". Chicago Review. 53 (1): 139–145. ISSN 0009-3696. Retrieved 31 August 2010.
  3. ^ Jacket 35 – Early 2008 – Keston Sutherland: «Hot White Andy», reviewed by John Wilkinson. Retrieved on 2012-08-18.

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