From Scientific American
In many ways, these glassy-prosed pieces are the textual offspring of a magical realism committed to tinseling the quotidian with imaginative flash and mystery. They are surprising fictions, blackly comic cultivated philosophical investigations into where the dreary ends and invention's geography takes over, how sanity always waits, ready to become something else, how every moment -- if one just looks hard enough and from the right perspective -- holds within itself a blink of bewitchment.
Through the fantastic and the surreal, Kennedy takes us on a journey to those more than real cities of the mind and habitations of the spirit. His is truly an original voice, the sort one discovers with enthusiasm and delight; the gifts he brings us are for midable, memorable,and lasting. -- Gladys Swan, author of Carnival For The Gods