Poetry. "In ORPHAN MACHINES, Carrie Hunter stages a kind of cyborgian theater where ideology is brilliantly dismantled to unmask the real. With each startling construction, spaced across aerated pages or set in tight prose blocks, she discovers a form of liberation struggle. Her subjects--philosophy, sexuality, sociality, music--always interpenetrate, because it is life that is at issue, and life is mixed up. She writes, 'The important thing about what I am is its not black and white.' She asks, 'Should I fake normalcy or ...

Orphan Machines 2015, Black Radish Books

ISBN-13: 9780996400114

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