Spacecraft Press is proud to announce the release of Lindsay Cahill’s Belief Engines. A total of 30 copies were produced, 15 of which are for sale.
Lindsay Cahill (them/she) has had their writing featured in publications across North America including Jonathan Ball’s Why Poetry Sucks: an anthology of humorous experimental Canadian poetry. They were the recipient of the 2016 John Lent Poetry and Prose Award, and have three chapbooks available: Movement of the Triangle (Kalamalka, 2017), BORG EMOJI: robot sleep studies (Words On Pages, 2017), and XYZZY (no press, 2017). Their fourth chapbook, ZUSE-80, is forth-coming from Inspiritus Press in 2018.
Belief Engines is available for $4.00 including domestic postage (+$1 non-Canadian postage). To order, please contact Ken Hunt at firstname.lastname@example.org. Paypal is preferred. Money orders in CAN dollars are also accepted.