1/29/20: reviews, big and small, come marching in…

and they always amaze you not simply for their kind words, but because they anticipate and articulate things you yourself can’t/couldn’t. Many many thanks to Gerry Schwartz, who writes, “Part of the greatness of Two Californias derives from its vertiginous variety…The long shadows of Beckett, Hubert Selby, Jr., and others do hang low over this work, yet Glick nearly always sounds fresh. To read him is to refresh your sense of fiction’s possibilities.”