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the meatgirl whatever By Kristin Hatch the meatgirl whatever Winner of the National Poetry Series The poems in Kristin Hatch s debut collection ooze with the viscus of shattered reality Bodily almost animalistic they flirt with apocalypse accumulate like dia
  • Title: the meatgirl whatever
  • Author: Kristin Hatch
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  • Page: 221
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  • the meatgirl whatever By Kristin Hatch Winner of the National Poetry Series.The poems in Kristin Hatch s debut collection ooze with the viscus of shattered reality Bodily, almost animalistic, they flirt with apocalypse, accumulate like diary entries from a madman s kitchen where knife blades hover near the jugular This is a documentary, writes K Silem Mohammad, who selected this book for the National PoetrWinner of the National Poetry Series.The poems in Kristin Hatch s debut collection ooze with the viscus of shattered reality Bodily, almost animalistic, they flirt with apocalypse, accumulate like diary entries from a madman s kitchen where knife blades hover near the jugular This is a documentary, writes K Silem Mohammad, who selected this book for the National Poetry Series, or these poems are promotional cartoon avatars, installations of a longer, live action Emmy winning series in which glee and melancholy, revulsion and beauty, lyric and satire, living flesh and chopped up meat combine in sinister gurlesque fantasia A terrifying and necessary first book.From annunciation bent, he talked me through all my tied, big like i was kansas or a diagram sketched with arrows pointing to my special parts with trick and murder spelled out in clean, legible type his documentary voice uncled at my ankles legs folded back for him he d say my mouth was a hauntbag he could take the willows from my lungs i hated himbut i begged for it in the underhang the bad would bang into bird shapes every time my ugly became less ugly, ours for a while, the mirrors were too thick with it to see throughter he left, i picked at my at my toes tried to get ancient stungdumb, gnarled against that autumn, i sat barefoot to imagine his arm hair all of it shuttering like wheat in a stormfield featherlight little marys a legless army, aghast at god beginning to show.Kristin Hatch has an MFA from the Iowa Writers Workshop Her poems have appeared in various journals including Black Warrior Review, Colorado Review, and Indiana Review Her chapbook, through the hour glass, is forthcoming from CutBank and is about the soap opera Days of Our Lives.
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    1. conversation with myself, post reading WHY ARE YOU NOT HAVING MORE FUN WITH YOUR POEMS, PLAYING CARDS AGAINST HUMANITY WITH THEM, MAKING RIDICULOUS COCKTAILS TOGETHER, TRYING THE KNOCKWURST SANDWICHES THIS TIME good questions, all of them very good questions WELL DO SOMETHING ABOUT THAT WILLYOU An epigraph from Katherine Dunn s Geek Love WHAAAT I want to say about this book, but I m going to let my experience simmer a bit I can tell you this I enjoyed the hell out of it.


    2. It s hard to put into words how incredible this poetry collection is original, dark, light, wildly imaginative, very raw The epigraphs perfectly capture the heart of this book Yet we are small and terrified as we are terrifying in our ferocious appetites, Katherine Dunn s Geek Love and Another way to use a large heart is to grind it MFK Fisher s How To Cook a Wolf.Definitely one of my favorite collections of all time there is nothing else like it I wish I had written it myself.


    3. These poems have interesting grammar and modifiers that make them sound cute This cuteness contrasts with cussing and dark themes and ideas I loved them I under my pillow loved them I shoebox in the closet loved them But I also throw photocopies from a rooftop loved them.




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