“Clay Reynolds’ Vox Populi is just what its title says it is—snapshots in the lives of ordinary, undistinguished people, narrated by themselves. It’s a photographic exercise in writing, where word imagery amplifies the smallest background details, at random, and conveys them to the mind’s eye. A feast for readers who delight in the potential to be found in their everyday surroundings.”—Adam Dunn, author, Rivers of Gold and The Big Dogs
“Clay Reynolds’ tenth novel, Vox Populi, is a seriocomic celebration of ordinary people doing the humdrum tasks of daily living, going to a car wash, the tax office, a flea market, a doctor’s office, a barber shop, etc. All in all, a funny, engaging look at everyday life in our time.”—Don Graham
About the Author
CLAY REYNOLDS is an award-winning novelist and short-fiction writer and a widely published scholar and critic. The author of thirteen books and more than a thousand other publications, he is a professor of arts and humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas, where he teaches creative writing and literature. He and his wife, Judy, live in Lowry Crossing, Texas.