Deniz Sonkan lives and works in Toronto. She studies English and Philosophy at York University. Her poetry contemplates the nervous and slack-boweled human condition indicative of late-capitalism by exploring the themes of alienation, addiction, and the perverse. She is influenced by the cut-up technique of Burroughs and the trenchant intensity of Dickinson. Deniz is working on a poetry collection called “The Mighty Anguish”, which will see its completion in 2017.
A surreal poetry, prose, photography anthology exploring the human body and spirit featuring 15 contributors including B.W. Powe, Evan J. Hoskins, Takatsu.
A collection of photography to accompany the Apparatus anthology, reflecting the experience of the human body in experimental and artful lenses.