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Letters in chapbook envelope; Dusie pressmark as stamp.

In part with the third dusie kollektiv,

The complete issue will be available as well at

the 49 contributors are:

Jared Hayes, Cara Benson, Amy King, Emma Phillipps, Arielle Guy, Jane Sprague, Ana Bozicevic, Anna Moschovakis, Kaia Sand, Anna Fulford, Samar Abulhassan, Mackenzie Carignan, Zoe Skoulding, Catherine
ebook, 12 pages
Published June 1st 2009 by The Tangent/Dusie
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"The Chia Letters" is a one-way correspondence by L. addressed to Chia, an entity which sounds like a god or a supercomputer. "As I write, the bees are beginning to swarm," one of the letters says. The tone of each succeeding letter becomes more desperate than the one before it. In the end, L. realizes that: "Our bodies are becoming a new kind of language." Entertaining and deliciously steampunky!
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