John Sweet

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John Sweet is a poet living in New York State. He writes poetry that's passionately morose with simple language that packs a powerful punch. He does not use uppercase letters in his work.

He is the author of enemy (Pink Anarchkitty Press, 2003), famine (Leaf Press, 2004), world without sound (Lulu, 2006), give a poor man god and watch him starve (Lulu, 2006), between truth and mercy (Lulu, 2007), human cathedrals (Ravenna Press, 2007), and ash wilderness, a limited edition hardback (disproductions, 2007). He is also a contributor to the webzine Unlikely 2.0.

External Links

John Sweet's poetry blog