No Press is proud to announce the publication of

AFTERTHOUGHTS IN THE VOID

by Christian Bok

Produced in an edition of 50 handbound copies, AFTERTHOUGHTS IN THE VOID continues Bok’s exploration of the horrors of interstellar space. AFTERTHOUGHTS IN THE VOID documents the strange poetic realities of black holes and how reality is twisted and torqued around these massive phenomena.

Copies are $10ea (incl postage), please email derek@housepress.ca to order

Christian Bok is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, known primarily for being the author of Eunoia (recipient of the Griffin Poetry Prize) He created artificial languages for two television shows: Gene Roddenberry’s Earth: Final Conflict and Peter Benchley’s Amazon. He is on the verge of finishing The Xenotext (which is part of the digital payload of the InSight lander, currently exploring the Elysium Planitia on the surface of Mars). The first poet to be interviewed by Nature magazine, The Utne Reader has identified Bok as one of ‘The 50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Your World.’ He lives in Melbourne.