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"One of the most important poets in Scandinavia."?Kamilla Löfström, Information
At once practical handbook, philosophical inquiry, and series of fables set in Putin's Russia, The Sabotage Manuals throws a wrench into the machinery of contemporary language, generating strange solidarities between saboteurs past and present. Sourced from political pamphlets and factory workers' diaries, Börjel's profound poem allows for the most expansive (and explosive) sense of sabotage.
Ida Börjel's first book, Sond (2004), received the prestigious award Katapultpriset. Since then, she has written over six works, including Skåneradio, Konsumentköplagen: juris lyrik, and MA.