Technologies/Installations

By Kim Maltman

Technologies/Installations
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This extraordinary sequence of prose and free verse poems explores the postures,' styles, and rhetorics of our culture and its history-not with the predictable aim of criticism and rejection, or the fashionable aim of recombinant word-play, but in the service of an unflinching, ... Read more


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This extraordinary sequence of prose and free verse poems explores the postures,' styles, and rhetorics of our culture and its history-not with the predictable aim of criticism and rejection, or the fashionable aim of recombinant word-play, but in the service of an unflinching, and thereby real, passion. This is humane vision of great breadth, depth, and particularity.

Kim Maltman

Kim Maltman was born in Medicine Hat and grew up in a small town nearby He has previously published six books of poetry, and has given readings across Canada, in Australia, and in the United States. He lives in Toronto, where he pursues research in particle physics and teaches mathematics at York University.

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