Anton Krueger’s poems have appeared in New Coin, Itch, Aerial, Botsotso, Ons Klyntij, Litnet, Green Dragon, Big Bridge, African Writing, Incwadi, Alookaway, Laugh it Off, Tyhini, Sweet Magazine, Mahala, Kotaz, Aerodrome, Kagablog, Business Day, The Pretoria News, Sicak Nal (in Turkish) and Consciousness, Literature and the Arts. He was the first English poetry editor for Litnet and from 1997-2001, was part of the Bekgeveg team performing monthly at venues in Pretoria and Johannesburg, as well as at the Klein Karoo Kunstefees and Aardklop. Poems from this era were published in the anthology Six of the Best (1998, Poets Press). He was invited to perform at Poetry Africa in 2008 and his first anthology, Everyday Anomalies appeared in 2011 (Aerial). In the same year, his poem Nine Notes on Lisbon was a runner up for the Dalro poetry prize. In the last few years, Anton has been experimenting with improvised spoken word collaborations with a variety of musicians and DJ’s, including Tony Bental and Francois le Roux (the HA! man). Anton has also published plays, memoir, short stories, criticism and arts journalism. He lives in Makhanda and teaches at Rhodes University.