The Cyborg Anthology

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Price
$20.00  $18.60
Publisher
Brick Books
Publish Date
Pages
96
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.7 X 0.4 inches | 0.45 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781771315302
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About the Author

Lindsay B-e is a writer and filmmaker from Clavet, SK, currently living in Toronto. They have a BA in English, a BFA in Filmmaking, a Certificate in Poetry from The Writer's Studio at SFU, and are completing a Novel-Writing Certificate from U of T Continuing Studies. Their writing has appeared in Poetry Is Dead, the League of Canadian Poets' Poetry Pause, Geez Magazine, Peach Mag, emerge: The Writer's Studio Anthology, and a chapbook from bird, buried press. Lindsay is married with two kids, two dogs, and two cats. They can be found online at biseenscene.com.

Reviews

Lindsay B-e's book The Cyborg Anthology is vast in its ambitions, a polyvocal text that speculates into existence a whole population of poets, and writes their verse as it evolves through the world the author has created. - Judge Wayde Compton, 2021 VMI Betsy Warland Between Genres Award

With mordant wit and a playful satiric touch, these Cyborg poems showcase a dazzling range of poetic forms and ideas: imaginative and charmingly subversive. Move over Norton Anthology of Poetry, there's a new force in town, and they are a delight. - Renée Sarojini Saklikar, author of Listening to the Bees and Children of Air India

The premise of this collection alone is fabulous. The poems are potent and powerful. With echoes of Le Guin, Brunner and Monáe, Lindsay B-e's debut is layered and smart, provocative, and deeply satisfying. I was moved and fascinated. Speculative poetry at its best. - Hiromi Goto, author of Chorus of Mushrooms and Darkest Light