One would call these lives adrift except that would suggest they once were safely moored and docked... In each of these stories, the lonely anonymity of a narrator's misfit existence vies with the glorious singularity of his or her discourse to offer a marvelous, raw tension. --Brian Evenson
Gary Lutz is the best writer you've never heard of. To certain stylists, he's a kind of prose god. Lutz … belongs to a category of sentence geniuses that includes Ben Marcus, Aleksandar Hemon, and David Foster Wallace. --Christopher Frizzelle, The Stranger
Searing realism . . . terribly exact . . . a matter for rejoicing --Lucy Daniel, in The [London] Telegraph
About the Author
Gary Lutz has been published in The Quarterly, Soft Targets, Noon, Columbia, Fence, Post Road, Mid-American Review, Denver Quarterly, and elsewhere. He lives and works in Pennsylvania.