Wishipedia

By Pier Giorgio Di Cicco

Wishipedia
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In 1982 Pier Giorgio Di Cicco entered a monastery and didn't break publishing silence for fifteen years. In 2004 he was elected Poet Laureate of the City of Toronto and went on to become a renowned speaker on urban design and the future of cities. In 2017 he moved into the oldest ... Read more


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In 1982 Pier Giorgio Di Cicco entered a monastery and didn't break publishing silence for fifteen years. In 2004 he was elected Poet Laureate of the City of Toronto and went on to become a renowned speaker on urban design and the future of cities. In 2017 he moved into the oldest haunted church rectory in Canada, from where he mapped a cyber-cosmology for our times with wizardly humor, holographic abandon and a litany of blessings across dimensions. The former monk became the ghost of St. Columbkille

Enclosed in this book are catalogues and inventories of wish fulfillment, and a fascinating "virtual game" in which the "player" becomes master of an imagination not his own, where past and present and future find a trajectory that makes faster-than-light travel look old-fashioned.

Wishipedia is the public code to the private space that is both mythic and stunningly contemporary.

Pier Giorgio Di Cicco

Pier Giorgio Di Cicco was born in Arezzo, Italy, and was raised in Baltimore, Montreal, and Toronto. He currently resides in the countryside north of Toronto. He is the author of over thirteen books of poems from 1975 to 1986 including The Tough Romance, Dancing in the House Of Cards, Flying Deeper into the Century, and Virgin Science: Hunting Holistic Paradigms. He withdrew from the world of letters to join a monastery in 1986 and re-emerged in 2001 to publish Living in Paradise Ð New and Selected Poems with Mansfield Press. He has been the Emilio Goggio Visiting Professor in Italian-Canadian Studies at the University of Toronto, and in 2004 he was named as the Poet Laureate for the City of Toronto.

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