Chris Vasantkumar

Chris Vasantkumar teaches anthropology on Sydney’s north shore where he lives with his partner and two sons somewhere on the edges of unceded Garigal, Dharug, and Gayamaygal land. His scholarly work has been published in numerous academic journals. His poetry appears or will soon appear in BoomerLitMag, Plume Poetry Journal, and the Bennington Review.

Who Is It Who Fails The Test of Suburban Propriety So Completely?

—Here come in under the tablecloth with me, trefoil and dandelion spur. You, soft-bladed violet and humming sting- less native bee, slip inside too. Beneath this humid hum- an penumbra this green is itself already anthropic: a base Relief, a …

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