Finalist for the PEN/ Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Fiction
“…offers a route outside the current impasse, expertly tracing the concomitant celebration and dismissal of intersectionality.”
I’ll Be Your Mirror
Review in the Harvard Review:
“I suspect this collection is not Lazar’s last word when it’s comes to essays. However, it’s hard to imagine just what this writer might try next.”
Review from H-Net:
“A good introduction to this vibrant literature… It also serves as literary criticism, giving the reader a deep dive into literature on these popular North American wild birds, providing insight into American understanding of the pervasiveness of wild birds in American culture.”
Review on WBAA Radio:
“The story highlights what happens to the town and its residents as investors start to buy up land for a period themed amusement park. Melissa Fraterrigo is a talented writer.”
Where the Ashes Are
Nguyen Qui Duc
Review from the Lincoln Journal-Star:
“… a book which deserves re-evaluation by American readers.”
She Can Bring Us Home
Book mention in the Virginia-Pilot.
Paula Tarnapol Whitacre
Author interview on the History Author Show.
M. L. Cavanaugh
Author op-ed in the Los Angeles Times.
Author interview on NET Nebraska’s All About Books.
Author interview on Nachum Segal Network.