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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 The Origin of Haiku by Means of Natural Selection, or The Preservation of Favoured Renga in the Struggle for Meaning
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A poetry sequence which summarises each of the chapters in Charles Darwin's Origin of the Species by remixing his words into different sorts of haiku.

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    y separately published work icon The Tangled Bank : Love, Wonder and Evolution Chris Lynch (editor), Australia : Tangled Bank Press , 2010 Z1770453 2010 anthology poetry short story essay fantasy horror science fiction

    'What does evolution mean in the 21st century? Marking the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin's Origin of Species, The Tangled Bank is bursting with over 100,000 words of stories, poetry, and artwork about evolution. Stories range from science fiction, fantasy, and horror to fairy tales and literary fiction. An international line up of more than 40 contributors includes Sean Williams, Brian Stableford, Patricia Russo, Carlos Hernandez, Christopher Green, and Bruce Boston. Sometimes dark, sometimes whimsical, but shot through with wonder, The Tangled Bank explores the universe revealed by Darwin's insights.'

    Source: (sighted: 05/04/2011)

    Australia : Tangled Bank Press , 2010
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