"[Medina's] most touching novel to date . . . A rich and stunning novel with an incredibly intricate scaffolding. . . . Yet another triumph."Los Angeles Review of Books
[A] haunting love letter to New York . . . Vivifies the cityscape over many decades with tales of love, death, and exile . . . Rich and accomplished . . . Medina has a keen eye for the ebb and flow of desire. . . . There is beauty, suffused with a muted melancholy, in Medina’s attempt to capture the rhythms of life.”Publishers Weekly
"An enjoyable read that reminds us the world is as expansive as our imagination."Library Journal
"Storytelling that playfully illuminated the essence of storytelling."Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
Pablo Medina was born in Havana. He is the author of thirteen books of fiction, nonfiction, translation, and poetry, including the newest translation of Lorca’s A Poet in New York, co-authored with Mark Statman. Medina lives in Boston and teaches at Emerson College.
Visit his website at pablomedina.org