Beasts, Monsters, Creatures, and Cyborgs:
An Anthology of Post-Human Poetry
In the twenty-first century, poetry interfaces with animal-machine. The
“human” is not a given concept, but rather is one that is made in an
ongoing technological and anthropological process. We hope to publish an
anthology of poetry that participates in technological, biological,
representational, sexual, political and theoretical post-humanisms.
We’re looking for poetry that engages with or is written by animals,
beasts, monsters, immigrants, creatures, aliens, cyborgs, queers such
that it challenges western, enlightenment figurations of the “self” and
Any contemporary work in English (domestic or translated) that addresses
the post-human is welcome. Please send up to 20 pages of poetry, in
standard format (*.doc, *.docx, *.rtf, *.pdf) to Aaron Apps & Feng
Sun Chen via submishmash.
Previously published work is welcome; please include acknowledgements
(if any) and a brief bio with your submission. If you have any questions
please contact us at:
posthumanpoetry(at)gmail.com (replace (at)
with @ when sending email).