This small book of poems and reflections captures an experience of the loss of freedom of expression, and other human rights, in western society at the start of the 21st century.
"This little book of poems claims no literary merit. Its purpose is merely to attempt to convey the ‘feeling’ of being in battle with the hyperthreat. To reveal something of its strange tactics; the subtle way voice is lost, truth buried, and democracy is stolen. If such insights help citizens better understand our collective predicament, or if it helps other cancelled people to be heard, I will be glad."
"Cancelled Woman has risen from the ashes of rejection into a book of challenging personal reflections and tense explosive poems. It is an important commentary on the shamelessness of the forces behind the scenes of the ominous hyperthreat. Cancelled Woman elaborates: “As the world hurtles along a trajectory towards WW3; dangerous climate; ecological collapse and other calamities, the hyperthreat has taken societies voice and its capacity to conduct effective sense-making just when we need it most.”