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Infinite Variations

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Poetry. Composed from source text randomly selected from On the Origin of the Species and the Old Testament, INFINITE VARIATIONS seeks to puncture the political in exploring and re-imagining these seminal texts. Splicing cell structure with the numinous, it careens, stutters, and reinvents.

"Using phrasing and vocabulary from the Old Testament and Darwin's On the Origin of
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Paperback, 60 pages
Published April 10th 2012 by Black Radish Books
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