Curio: Grotesques and Satires from the Electronic Age
In Canadian poet Elizabeth Bachinsky's first full-length collection of poems, you'll witness Antonin Artaud climb a beanstalk and eat his lover's foot as his most torrid affair is revealed in letters; you'll fear the Spy Cam's omniscient eye; you'll test your paranoiac tendencies as an alien abductee; and you'll watch as The Waste Land and The River Merchant's Wife hit the...more
Paperback, 108 pages
Published October 1st 2005 by Bookthug
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Elizabeth Bachinsky is the author of five collections of poetry: CURIO, HOME OF SUDDEN SERVICE, GOD OF MISSED CONNECTIONS, I DON'T FEEL SO GOOD and THE HOTTEST SUMMER IN RECORDED HISTORY (forthcoming, 2013). Her poetry has been nominated for awards including the Pat Lowther Award, The Kobzar Literary Award, The George Ryga Award for Social Awareness in Literature, the Governor General's Award for...moreMore about Elizabeth Bachinsky...