BOSTON GLOBE REVIEW
July 25, 2019
I'm very grateful to Mark Feeney of the Boston Globe for completely getting my work.
"In Jennifer McClure’s “Excerpts From ‘Laws of Silence,’ ” the suspending medium, being aqueous, is both tactile and buoyant. We see an indoor pool; a life preserver floating on the surface of another pool; a diver, photographed underwater, wreathed in bubbles. 'A pool is water made available and useful,' Joan Didion has written, 'and is, as such, infinitely soothing.' The sense McClure conveys is more one of disquiet. Call it rapture of the not so deep."
Full article here.