In a distant future, Gordon Franklyn Graham, the sailor and the stickler, has lost his love, his Noaa, to the plastic dragon known as ZUSE-80. A ragtag group of misfits will help Graham to sail across the Atlantic in hopes of finding the beast and tracking Noaa down.
An experimental narrative accompanied with illustrations by Callum Green.
Lindsay Cahill‘s writing has been featured in publications across North America including Jonathan Ball’s WHY POETRY SUCKS: an anthology of humorous experimental Canadian poetry. Their chapbook, BORG EMOJI: robot sleep studies, came out from Words On Pages in Spring, 2017. They were the recipient of the 2016 John Lent Poetry and Prose Award, and their chapbook, THE MOVEMENT OF THE TRIANGLE, was released from Kalamalka Press in Summer 2017. They have a small art and poetry collection forthcoming from No Press later this year.