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Christian Bök and the Aesthetics of Impossibility

Christian Bök and the Aesthetics of Impossibility

Update: 2021-10-28
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Born in Toronto, Christian Bök focuses on the intersection of language and science in his work. His first book of poetry, Crystallography, was nominated for the Gerald Lampert Award. His book Eunoia, which won the Griffin Poetry Prize in 2002, is the best-selling Canadian poetry book of all time. Bök has also created artificial languages for science fiction television. His most recent book is The Xenotext (Book One). He lives in Melbourne, Australia.

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Christian Bök and the Aesthetics of Impossibility

Christian Bök and the Aesthetics of Impossibility

Samuel Andreyev