By Larissa Lai
Part exoskeletal enjambment, half shared smooth biology, Automaton Biographies wends via inventive industries and unusual commons, selecting up the shards of either our latent futures and our Polaroid pasts.”—Mark Nowak, poet
The first poetry ebook through novelist Larissa Lai (When Fox is a Thousand) is a multilayered autobiography” that places an ear to the white noise of ads, pop tune, CNN, and biotechnology, exploring the matter of what it ability to exist at the barriers of human.” Lai, who teaches English on the college of British Columbia in Vancouver, is admired in the women’s, LGBT, and Asian American communities.
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