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"I am striving to produce an immortal artifact in the face of our own inevitable extinction"

Christian Bök
Christian Bök is an experimental poet. His book Eunoia, in which each chapter is restricted to the use of a single vowel, won the Griffin Poetry Prize in 2002.

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