SAN ALLAND

WRITER, ARTIST, CURATOR

 
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Naturally Speaking (poetry)

£7.48
GBP
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Product Highlight

  • co-winner of the 2013 bpNichol Chapbook Award
  • disability poetics & gender

Description

  • ISBN 978-0-9866214-1-3
  • poems and short essay
  • £8.00 (£7.48 + VAT)
  • 32 pp
  • published by espresso: Toronto, 2012

 

Naturally Speaking is Sandra Alland's poetic love affair with voice-activated software. Buy on Paypal.

Naturally Speaking is a limited-edition, hand-bound, numbered art book, and contains poems and a short essay. In this collection, Alland composes at the bizarre intersection of disability poetics, artificial intelligence, gender, queer feminism and translation.

To watch/listen to a reading from Naturally Speaking, click here.

 

"...this collection is a truth towards ineffable laughter at & of togetherness... Sandra Alland explores new language junctions between listening cognition recognition communication and communion... Alland's poems come from a disquieting collaboration (with) artificial intelligence and speak to from of the processes of translation identity and pain."

– Sandra Ridley and kevin mcpherson, judges of the 2013 bpNichol Chapbook Award

In Stock

Naturally Speaking (poetry)

£7.48
GBP
+ shipping 1.20 GBP

Product Highlight

  • co-winner of the 2013 bpNichol Chapbook Award
  • disability poetics & gender

Description

  • ISBN 978-0-9866214-1-3
  • poems and short essay
  • £8.00 (£7.48 + VAT)
  • 32 pp
  • published by espresso: Toronto, 2012

 

Naturally Speaking is Sandra Alland's poetic love affair with voice-activated software. Buy on Paypal.

Naturally Speaking is a limited-edition, hand-bound, numbered art book, and contains poems and a short essay. In this collection, Alland composes at the bizarre intersection of disability poetics, artificial intelligence, gender, queer feminism and translation.

To watch/listen to a reading from Naturally Speaking, click here.

 

"...this collection is a truth towards ineffable laughter at & of togetherness... Sandra Alland explores new language junctions between listening cognition recognition communication and communion... Alland's poems come from a disquieting collaboration (with) artificial intelligence and speak to from of the processes of translation identity and pain."

– Sandra Ridley and kevin mcpherson, judges of the 2013 bpNichol Chapbook Award

A dynamic – indeed, radical – political vision.

–Open Letter, Canada