Shape Poem: Women and Technology

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Renée Farrar, United States Military Academy



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Women and Technology

Women and Technology

Works Cited

Karmali, Sarah. “Erin Heatherton Defends Use Of Photoshop.” Vogue News. October 18, 2012. Web. December 12, 2014.

Rooney, Jennifer. “Forget Supermoms--It's All About The Smart Moms: Survey.” Forbes. July 17, 2012. Web. December 2, 2014.


Renée Farrar is currently an instructor of English at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. She earned her MA in English from the University of Colorado at Boulder in the spring of 2014. Renée has served as an officer in the United States Army since 2007. She is currently an active duty Army logistics captain. Both her creative work and academic research focus on the intersections of media, culture, perception, and control. Her other literary interests center on Germanic studies and drama. Renée's poetry has most recently appeared in Digital America.

© 2013 Renée Farrar, used by permission

Technoculture Volume 4 (2014)