內容簡介 "This is a threat." That's how Hackers, Swedish writer Aase Berg's seventh book of poetry, begins. Hackers is a furious, feminist book about wanting to "hack" the patriarchal system--both in the physically violent sense and in the sense of computer hacking. But Berg also reveals the 'hag' behind the 'hack, ' channeling the non-compliant rage of Glenn-Close-as-bunny-boiler from Fatal Attraction. The world Berg "hags" back at is a world of sexist, capitalist, environmental, globalized violence. The fury of the hacker hag captive revenger is constantly boiling up on the edges of Berg's compounds and highways, threatening to infiltrate the center. In these spectacular battle scenes and hacked pastorals, where nature is besieged by the highways of progress and the animals don't give a damn about the humans, the hag rises.
作者介紹 Swedish poet Aase Berg began her artistic trajectory as a member of the radical organization, the Surrealist Group of Stockholm. Her first book, Hos rådjur (With Deer), was published in Sweden in 1996. Since then she has published several other books). She is considered one of the most influential and unique poets in Sweden, earning her translations into English and various European languages as well. Johannes Göransson was born in Sweden, but has lived around the US for several years. He is the author and translator of several books, and is the co-editor of Action Books.