This four part “poem cluster taken from a hypermedia novel in verse (as yet untitled), which reimagines the classical myth of Kore” and reimagining the “Minotaur as a combination of human and machine” (quoted from the About page). The site of the labyrinth in this poem is the body and the mind, its obsessions, phobias, grooves, orifices, and sensory organs. Has Kore been partially trapped in a maze of her own body and mind (after being abducted by Hades and eating some pomegranate seeds)? Is the Minotaur trapped in the maze infinite logical loops that it can’t escape from? This challenging poem prompts reflection on these and more questions in four cantos, each of which creates an ingenious interface around a part of the human body. Each part is labyrinthine in its structure and requires attention to not miss brief animations and transformations in its language. And everything is meaningful in this tightly crafted work that selected as a finalist in the ELO’s 2001 Electronic Literature Awards. Featured in Cauldron & Net.