Means extends the inquiry begun in the author's first book Surplus (2006) by shifting terrain from the industrial to the immaterial, while hitting pause on the means of communication and opening lines to new means of resistance to capitalist hegemony.
About Roger Farr
Described as "a poet of great heart and aesthetic / political commitment", Roger Farr is the author SURPLUS (poetry; Line Books, 2006), and IKMQ (prose–poetry; New Star, 2012). As a cultural critic, his writing on radical social movements and the avant–garde has appeared in numerous literary and "movement" periodicals, and has been broadcast on the airwaves of several pirate radio stations on the West Coast of North America. He teaches in the Creative Writing and Culture and Technology Programs at Capilano University, Vancouver BC, and edits CUE Books.