Amy Ireland is an experimental poet and theorist based in Sydney, Australia. She is writing a PhD on xenopoetics at the University of New South Wales, where she also teaches and lectures on Creative Writing and is co-convenor of the philosophy and aesthetics research cluster 'Aesthetics After Finitude'. Her research focuses on questions of agency and technology in modernity, and she is a member of the technofeminist collective Laboria Cuboniks. Amy is an instructor at The New Centre for Research & Practice, a member of York University's s Sonic Research Initiative, and has worked closely with the Performing Arts Forum (PAF) in France. Amy has exhibited and performed her creative work in Australia, the UK, Canada and France, and has brought to life numerous rogue publications, some of which can be found in the National Library of Australia. She is currently engaged in various poetry projects involving sound, linguistic transcoding, performance, 3D-printing, stealth technology, and projectiles.