BORG EMOJI: robot sleep studies | Lindsay Cahill

BORG EMOJI: robot sleep studies by Lindsay Cahill

$12.00 | 978-0-9950733-6-4


Brought to you by the makers of the Cathode-Ray Tube Amusement Device.
The good people at The Dream and Nightmare Laboratory are about to follow one robot’s sleep-fever and embark on the slumber party of a lifetime.
A computer dares to dream—of death, hope, internet.
The poems explore beauty and forgetting in pixels and in bits.
The poems explore memory and consciousness as glitch.
The work as a whole hopes to queer the way we see the future and technology.

Excerpt: three poems

nephology = the study of clouds


fluffy stuff
tiki pop
Carnival King CCM28


Netscape Navigator
Synthetic ultramarine






white point DEAD ZONE
a pulled apart rainbow




three bananas: jackpot :’)




the ponderous rhythms of a mechanical monster


sound bite
link rot




LINDSAY CAHILL lives in Toronto, Ontario. Their writing has been featured in publications across North America including Jonathan Ball’s Why Poetry Sucks: an anthology of humorous experimental Canadian poetry. They have independently published and curated almost two hundred writers and artists worldwide most recently for PALEBLUE: a spacey zine and mixtape (2015) and Homer’s Odyssey: a Simpsons art show (2014). They were the recipient of the 2016 John Lent Poetry and Prose Award, and their third chapbook, The Movement of the Triangle, is forthcoming from Kalmalka Press in Sping 2017.