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I Don’t Respect Female Expression

4.61  ·  Rating Details  ·  36 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Who is Frank Hinton? The author of the newest chapbook from Safety Third Enterprises? Why yes, but more so Frank, a manifested male character, is the voice of a woman searching out for masculinity while on an island of femininity.

“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 creati
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Chapbook, Limited Edition Print/ Ebook, 12 pages
Published May 1st 2011 by Safety Third Enterprises

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D.J. Berndt
May 05, 2011 D.J. Berndt rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2011
This is a perfect chapbook. Once you start, the ability to put this book down should be considered a super power. Frank Hinton is currently one of the most exciting writers I know of, and all of the glory is jammed right into this gem of a collection. If you can get your hands on this before it sells out, then you win.
Shannon Peil
Jun 06, 2011 Shannon Peil rated it it was amazing
This book is fantastic, everything in it is fantastic. It makes me want to fuck Frank or maybe just ask him to come over and have a beer, I'd like that a lot. Not Lili though, I would be very afraid to meet her, self conscious and worried.
P. H.
May 25, 2011 P. H. rated it really liked it
I was fucking blown away by this girl's ability to tell it straight and with unflinching gravity. Her name is probably actually Lilli and that makes me more endeared to her and more interested in one day having anonymous bathroom sex with her. Not that this book makes me think that's something she engages in very often -- I heard the restrooms in Canada are pretty gross anyways -- but all the same, yeah, all hail the entrance of Frank Hinton and her ultra modern disregard for long forms -- why s ...more
Ani Smith
Jun 20, 2011 Ani Smith rated it really liked it
frank is a badass, see my review at we who are about to die.
Sara
Jun 15, 2011 Sara rated it it was amazing
Shelves: small-press
Fascinating writing about people doing things or not doing things.
valerie
May 06, 2011 valerie rated it really liked it
Robert Vaughan
Jan 17, 2016 Robert Vaughan rated it it was amazing
My full review of this collection was published in the 2011 Summer issue of JMWW magazine.
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