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Second and final pressing of Frank Hinton's debut chapbook!*
One piece added.
75 print copies.
“He is made. In the chapbook he is made when a father dies. He is a kind of child idea, a child born into fiction,” Hinton says of her own creation within the narrative walls of I Don’t Respect Female Expression.
Can men and women ever truly understand each other? At our best social moments we come to claim victory by only grasping at the patterns of our sexual opposites. In the grand scheme we stumble clueless. Hinton seeks to get past that, all the while enjoying the juxtaposition of female power and female powerlessness as they stand as a cage and weapon mixed together, a modern cocktail.
I Don’t Respect Female Expression was the winner of the 2011 Best Chapbook Award from The Alt Lit Gossip Awards.
“'I Don’t Respect Female Expression' is an adventurous and intriguing chapbook that contains more evocative language than many much larger collections." - Stanton Hancock, Pank Magazine
“I’s a way and I’s a way to know. I’s not forty thousand dead crabs on a beach. I’s not the dog Will Smith kills in the movie or the photo of your dad’s old paddle boat. But sometimes I is soft and lonely, and sometimes I makes the hole that makes more holes. Frank Hinton makes the I that knows what it holds. Knows without affect, affected by tenderness. When this chapbook asks you to dance, you’ll shake your head no and dance anyway. There’s a lot to be kissed on our trip to the shore.” - Mike Young, Author of We Are All Good If They Try Hard Enough, and Look! Look! Feathers
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