Cyborgia

Cyborgia Poetry Science Fiction Melding the language of sci fi and sensuality CYBORGIA Susan Slaviero s redolent ambitious debut wallows delightfully in its rhythm and vocabulary yet remains sharp and met

Poetry Science Fiction Melding the language of sci fi and sensuality, CYBORGIA, Susan Slaviero s redolent, ambitious debut, wallows delightfully in its rhythm and vocabulary, yet remains sharp and meticulous A lyric guide to cyborg feminism complete with robosexuality and teledildonics Slaviero traverses traditional female tropes, including fairy tale heroines, mermaiPoetry Science Fiction Melding the language of sci fi and sensuality, CYBORGIA, Susan Slaviero s redolent, ambitious debut, wallows delightfully in its rhythm and vocabulary, yet remains sharp and meticulous A lyric guide to cyborg feminism complete with robosexuality and teledildonics Slaviero traverses traditional female tropes, including fairy tale heroines, mermaids, and brides Full of lucent wit, imagination, intelligence and a scathing playfulness.

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  1. Someone should nominate selections from this highly literary sci fi collection to Ellen Datlow's anthology of the Year's Best Fantasy and Science Fiction.Among my favorites:"Consider the Dangers of Reconstructing Your Wife As a Cyborg":"In the twenty-six minutes since I've been resurrected I have devised about ten different ways to disassemble you. Imagine what I could do with an hour and a box of power tools." (37)"Bluebeard's Clockwork Bride":"Perhaps a harpin her chest, he says,or a music box [...]

  2. 4-4.5some amazing enjambment and soundscapes. but also some poems that don't fully hit their stride, pull up short or circle around a static scene. suuuuper enjoyable and very smart.

  3. Cyborgia (Mayapple Press, 2010, 71 pp $14.95) is Susan Slaviero’s debut full-length poetry collection. She presents a highly imaginative series of prophetic visions mapping futuristic life without human women and, more immediately, of women presently living in a hyper-masculine world. Her poems can be funny and playful. Slaviero references robotics and passages replicating computer language. However, recurring themes of alarm, repulsion and horror fill this wonderful, terrifying volume.Slavier [...]

  4. Cyborgia crafts a “post-human,” pro(to)-woman, celluloid landscape helixed with a cyber-cabinet of curiosities—animatronic bones, cyborg cowgirls, teledildonics, and alien automatons. Slaviero’s book is the robochild of Alice in Wonderland, Battlestar Galactica and Angela Carter, and equally as brilliant—full of wit, imagination, intelligence and a scathing playfulness: “You jacked in/to my dollslot, called me a slick witch”. Her poems navigate the fetishization and disassembly of [...]

  5. "[No virus was ever this pretty.:]" So ends Susan Slaviero's redolent, ambitious debut. Her poems themselves cyborgs, Slaviero's work embodies the stereotypically feminine while reeling toward posthumanism. A phantasmagoria, Cyborgia is a slightly grotesque, whip-smart collection that establishes Slaviero as a poet to watch.

  6. Amazing language and philosophical thought in this book of poems that somehow blends feminism, technology, science fiction, mythology, and fairy tales together to create a whole new world, a future post-apocalypse world, perhaps, but one very present in the words and the imagination of this poet.I plan to interview her in my blog!

  7. Actual Rating: 4.5 of 5 thornsThis language-based project examines woman as cyborg and uses this construction to talk about women's objectification and denial of personhood. This book is a bold and difficult endeavor done well.

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