V by Stephanie Strickland
WaveSon.nets / Losing l'Una

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Prize-winning poet and hypertext pioneer Stephanie Strickland pushes the boundaries of the printed word to create a completely original poetic experience. V is an invertible volume with two beginnings. Turning the volume from WaveSon.nets to Losing L'una and back again, over and over, creates a fluidity that extends to the poems themselves: words slip and pour across numbers that have their own lives.V's muse is Simone Weil, and in this new book Strickland's elegy for Weil is widened to include a long line of known and conjured women. An extraordinary work that is meant to be glimpsed and scanned and begun again, V pulses with many orders of knowledge, organization, and rhythm.

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Stephanie Strickland is author of the books V: WaveSon.nets / Losing Launa, True North, The Red Virgin, and Give the Body Back, as well as hypertext and digital poems and essays.
Published September 24, 2002 by Penguin Books. 128 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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The printed poems encompass a broad range of thematic concerns—including virginity, body, circuitry, waveforms, wormholes, engineering, parturition, mythology, fractals and witchcraft: "This is hallucinated hearing/ in the service of art, of Arthur's table,// R2, Artemis,/ and Ursa guarding the P...

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