Monday, December 27, 2010

She does write like a muthatrucker

Tim Howard praised Rachel B. Glaser's Pee On Water saying,
I read a fair bit of American "indie" fiction this year. There's a lot of good stuff, a lot more bad stuff (to be expected, cf. Sturgeon's Law), and the occasional slice of greatness. Rachel Glaser's stories are "odd' and "offbeat" in the accepted manner, but they feel more thought out and necessary than most. Apart from anything else, Glaser can write like a muthatrucker.
And at another year-end faves list, Dennis Cooper loved the books of Youngs, Joseph and Mike, as well as Everyday Genius.

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