TENDER DATA In Tender Data Monica McClure breaks down and breaks into various identities each of them hashtagged in the discourses of their time and place whether macha or chiflada couture or fast fashion ace

  • Title: TENDER DATA
  • Author: Monica McClure
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  • Page: 279
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  • In Tender Data Monica McClure breaks down and breaks into various identities, each of them hashtagged in the discourses of their time and place, whether macha or chiflada, couture or fast fashion, acephale or technocrat I want to be so skinny people ask if I m dying Down the blood red lanes of gender making, class warfare, and vexed relationships goes the unstable subjIn Tender Data Monica McClure breaks down and breaks into various identities, each of them hashtagged in the discourses of their time and place, whether macha or chiflada, couture or fast fashion, acephale or technocrat I want to be so skinny people ask if I m dying Down the blood red lanes of gender making, class warfare, and vexed relationships goes the unstable subject, hailed yet hailing back Nobody comes out looking good The slippery self, surveilled yet ready with her mask, performs a peep show booth opens wide, yet somehow the dancer isn t there She s in character She s cut off the head to let the humors hose through.

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    1. Way too highbrow for me. To be honest, I'm getting a little tired of the schtick of, "I've lived a super rough, gritty life, which I'll show you by talking about cocaine and abortions and using the word 'cunt' a lot. Now let me casually mention Euclidean theory, neoliberal discourse, and Simone Weil. Isn't it crazy that someone can be both crude and intellectual? By the way, I live in Brooklyn." One star for how much I enjoyed it, the other star for the poem called "Straight Dudes," which reads [...]

    2. Tender Data is intimate, detailed, endless. There's so much contained in it. It felt like a wild journey, peering into the lives of various girls, sometimes trainwrecks. In the end I realize, these might all be the same girl. Lives are more mercurial than a stereotyped figure. I relate to it -- not just the mercurial existence, but also the minutae of the writing -- abortions, adderall, walking in the park, in bed, the glow of VH1 in the background, fucking, art openings, sadness, vanity"Let me [...]

    3. From HFR contributor Alexandra Wuest: "Reading Monica McClure’s Tender Data feels like waiting for the train at three a.m. when you can’t ignore the young girl in a body con dress and disastrously high heels sobbing next to you. Her poems feel like that moment when you realize you have overstayed your welcome at the party, when you realize that perhaps your mother was right: nothing good happens after two a.m."Read the full review here: ow/MU1Ha

    4. This was not what I thought it would be. Extremely vulgar but without the better turn of words to make the vulgarity more poetic. I would have loved this at 19, but now I find it repetitive and too obtuse for my taste. There were some really beautiful passages, but two few "Ah, yes I know that exact feeling" moments for it to be worth it for me. I'm disappointed because this had such good reviews. Although, you get the idea these are meant to be read aloud, more spontaneous, and that might give [...]

    5. Along with Joshua Clover's Red Epic, my favorite book of poetry from last year. McClure's line turns are propulsive and continually interesting. However, the voicing is so consistent that halfway through even the most burning lines feel like they're read from underneath a sheet of ice. The poems are better read in isolation. But it's all well-written; this isn't an alt-lit, get by on online personality and barely be able to write kind of book. Themes: abortion, New York, race, sex.

    6. My bible. A must read for a 21st century poet, students' of the craft, scholars, cheerleaders, b-boys, lost souls, aging feminists, lonely teenage dream girls, those who want to catch their breathe or lose it every moment.Honestly one of the best books written in the last 10 years. I am serious.

    7. I didn't care for this. She's certainly a talented writer but I found the collection to be overly materialistic. It was like hanging out with obnoxious hipsters and not being able to get away. It felt juvenile. I'll be interested to see where she goes.

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