ATM Sex: And Other Too-short Stories for Too-short Attention Spans

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Guernica Editions, 2011 - Literary Collections - 135 pages
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ATM SEX is a furious collection of satirical sketches and fearless social commentary that manages to skewer everyone and everything under the sun, often employing the absurd lingo of advertising. It makes fun of the doomed dysfunctional interplay between the sexes, and kicks the ass of our crackpot lifestyles, hysterical consumerism, and overreliance on technogeekery and media-drooling, which are supposed to solve our pathetic lives dominated by tragic consumerism, arrogant gadget-diddling, and rampant narcissism. In Alan Lord, we have finally found an unapologetic un-Canadian over-the-topper, willing to throttle the myriad squawkboxes of our out-of-control dumbed-down zeitgeist.
 

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Alan Lord is a writer, musician, songwriter, civil/structural engineer, and was also a cutting-edge arts curator throughout the 1980s. Having lived in Paris, Santiago (Chile), Ottawa, and Toronto, he currently resides in Montreal, managing a team of engineers and technicians at a major civil engineering firm.

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