"Ovid’s got nothing on these brand new metamorphic fictions found in Eric Freeze’s transformative Invisible Men. Osmotic in content and flexible in form, these stories turn themselves inside out, unhinge and pivot, a collection of epiphianic epiphanies. Reading these, we wake, newly genetically engineered Gregor Samsas, to these transcendent dreams evolving into these monstrously sublime visions."
– Michael Martone, author of Michael Martone and Four A Quarter
"From the chilling thought experiment called "Duplex," which opens this powerful collection, to the strange and beautiful elegy to a lost life called "Ice Woman" that closes it, Eric Freeze investigates with not a little humor and plenty of sorrow, the chasms and chaos several men (and a few women) leave behind when they disappear."
– Pam Houston, author of Contents May Have Shifted
"A smart, funny, and moving collection. Freeze creates characters and voices that ring true―you know these people―while at the same time constantly surprising with what they think and do. If other readers are anything like me, they’ll be reflecting on these stories for a good long while after finishing them. There’s some magic in these pages.""
– Ian Stansel, the author of Everbody's Irish