Eric Brody is a high school English teacher in Larkspur, California, and a Bay Area Writing Project Consultant.
“. . . the story of Humboldt reminds us that our country is further Balkanized by local economic interests . . .”
“Harlow is a tough little novel that plunges the reader into a fully realized way of life.”
“Though Ms. Day is an honest guide who looks unflinchingly at her follies and failures, the ride is bumpy to the point of distraction.“
“. . . a writer to be admired and enjoyed. . . . But those searching for a compelling plotline played out by psychologically complex characters best look elsewhere.”
“You will find poetry in objects. . . . The layering of the storytelling is as rich as a frosted cake.”
“The Gift of Rest is not a book predominately about politics; rather, stories related to Senator Lieberman’s political work are used to demonstrate the conflicts that arise between
In recent years, Philip Roth has downsized.