Cruising Dystopia: Internet Art & Poetics

Cruising Dystopia: Internet Art & Poetics

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Dr. Leigh Phillips is an author and teacher of the creative arts. For fifteen years, she has taught English and Creative Writing at Binghamton University, State University of New York and at Hostos Community College with the City University of New York.

Her stories, memoirs, poems and criticism most recently appeared in Rhino, So to Speak: A Feminist Journal of Language and Art, and A Face to Meet the Faces: An Anthology of Contemporary Persona Poetry, edited by Stacey Lynn Brown and Oliver de la Paz. She is currently writing an epistolary novel in verse, generously funded by a grant from the City University of New York Research Foundation.

Her visual work has appeared in the anthology Macro: an Anthology of Image Macros, edited by Penny Goring and Michael Hessel-Mial. MACRO is an ambitious anthology of image macros (images paired with words, intended for digital circulation) from over 120 artists. As one of the first anthologies to ever cover image macros within a literary context, MACRO documents the rise of the image macro as poetry from 2011-2015.



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