This one time, I rewrote a popular Romanian fairy tale known as “The Golden Stag”. Then, a really wonderful new publication—ƒault, hue—accepted it for publication. This debut issue was edited by Jos Charles and I couldn’t be more pleased with it! Huge, huge thanks to Jos!!

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"Call for Submissions: Beasts, Monsters, Creatures, and Cyborgs: An Anthology of Post-Human Poetry  In the twenty-first century poetry interfaces with animal-machine. The ‘human’ is not a given concept, but rather is one that is made in an ongoing technological and anthropological process. We hope to publish an anthology of poetry that participates in technological, biological, representational, sexual, political and theoretical post-humanisms. We’re looking for poetry that engages with or is written by animals, beasts, monsters, immigrants, creatures, aliens, cyborgs, queers such that it challenges western, enlightenment figurations of the ‘self’ and ‘human.’”via Feng Sun Chen & Aaron Apps

"Call for Submissions:

Beasts, Monsters, Creatures, and Cyborgs:
An Anthology of Post-Human Poetry


In the twenty-first century poetry interfaces with animal-machine. The ‘human’ is not a given concept, but rather is one that is made in an ongoing technological and anthropological process. We hope to publish an anthology of poetry that participates in technological, biological, representational, sexual, political and theoretical post-humanisms. We’re looking for poetry that engages with or is written by animals, beasts, monsters, immigrants, creatures, aliens, cyborgs, queers such that it challenges western, enlightenment figurations of the ‘self’ and ‘human.’”

via Feng Sun Chen & Aaron Apps