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Electronic Corpse: Poems from a Digital Salon Paperback – March 22, 2014
About the Author
M. Ayodele Heath is author of Otherness (Brick Road Poetry Press) and serves as the brain of this Electronic Corpse. Recipient of fellowships to Caversham Centre for Artists (South Africa) and Cave Canem, he is a top individual 10-finisher at the National Poetry Slam. A graduate of the MFA in Poetry at New England College, he is a former McEver Visiting Chair in Writing at Georgia Tech. His work has appeared widely in journals and anthologies including diode, Muzzle, Crab Orchard Review, Mississippi Review, and India’s International Gallerie. Virtually, he lives at www.ayospeaks.com. Physically, he lives and writes in Atlanta.
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It's an awesome read for poets and poetry readers. It's a terrific choice for any book lover's coffee table. It's a great gift for a friend who needs a mental break or a spiritual getaway. You will read many of these poems twice, maybe even three times or more because they're just that deep, just that prolific.
If you're teaching poetry on any level, this book is an excellent teaching tool as the editor shows you how the book came together, and you are given the tools to reproduce the idea with your own select groups digitally or via brick and mortar writing groups. I will use this book as a writer. I will utilize it as a teaching tool as an educator, and I will love and treasure it as a poet.
Get it or gift it. It certainly will not disappoint. It's electric!