Chris

Antzoulis

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THE GOOD FIGHT

Originally a reaction to the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, where white nationalists protested the removal of Confederate statues, and to the ensuing attacks, which resulted in several injuries and the death of Heather Heyer, THE GOOD FIGHT has since evolved into a more timeless commentary on the ongoing struggle against hate. Because hate itself will adapt to survive.

The comic book anthology features a story called The Feed, written by Chris Antzoulis and illustrated by Lydia Roberts.

All proceeds for THE GOOD FIGHT will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

You can purchase your copy here!

 
 

Poetry

I Feel Fine

First published in Newtown Literary, issue 8, 2016

Hometown Hero

First published in Cowbird, 2013

Kuu's Log

First published in Yes, Poetry, January 20, 2017

November 9, 2016

First published in Newtown Literary, issue 10, 2017

Probiotic

First published in Newtown Literary, issue 10, 2017

Cursed Words

First published in decomP magazinE, August 2017

Contemplating Emily And Effortless Living On The Drive Home

First published in Yes, Poetry, August 2017

Blue Manhattan

Schism

First published in Anti Heroin Chic, October 2017

Scully, I Saw Elvis In A Potato Chip Once

First published in Luna Luna, October 2017

Fuck Mumford And Sons

What I Saw That Night

First published in CLASH, November 2017

How Soft Your Fields So Green

First published in Madcap Review, 2018

Whispers

First published in Newtown Literary, issue 16, 2020

Empire of the Sun

First published in Newtown Literary, issue 16, 2020

#RESIST

A FREE digital anthology chapbook by Yes, Poetry, containing the "Kuu's Log" poem by Chris Antzoulis. Download the chapbook HERE.

The Event (Poetry Reading)

BIO

Chris Antzoulis is a New York-based poet and editor with an MFA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. He has also helped other writers reach audiences through his work on literary magazines such as Madcap Review and Lumina. 

He currently lives in Queens, NY with his two evil cats and teaches writing at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY.

From his humble corner of the city, he hopes only to share with his readers his passion for telling stories.

Media and Events

Comic Creators Unite Panel at Inbeon Con 2015

Jul

24

Chris will be a featured reader for the Big Words Etc. reading series at 61 Local in Brooklyn.

61 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11201

 
 

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