Ex Machina in the FFWD year-end round-up

Lauri Fuhr kindly mentioned Ex Machina in her year-end round-up of the year in Calgary books:

Former dandelion Magazine editor, filmmaker, teacher and poet Jonathan Ball recently retreated to Winnipeg. What a loss of great talent. We’ll miss Ball, but at least he left us with a nice parting gift, his very unique long poem Ex Machina, exploring the interface between man and machine. The book fittingly appeared from Toronto’s hub for experimental literature, Book Thug.

Winnipeggers can join me and Ex Machina at the belated book launch on Thursday, Jan. 14, 8 p.m., at McNally-Robinson (Grant Park).

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The First One's Free.

The First One's Free.

To celebrate (over) a decade since my first book, I'm offering it for free.

EX MACHINA is a choose-your-own-adventure-style poetry-novel hybrid about how machines have changed what it means to be human.

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