Friday, November 6, 2009

Bill O'Driscoll reviews American Soma in Pittsburgh City Paper

Savannah is over the moon about the review of American Soma in this week's edition of Pittsburgh City Paper!

Read the review here:

"...Her cautionary science fiction sits alongside "Patent Leather Sidewalk Evangelist," a bitingly ironic story that recalls Flannery O'Connor. The humanistic fantasy of "The Fountain" -- filthy tavern toilet springs the fountain of youth -- contrasts with the quietly chilling "Secret Convexity," about a young woman's descent into depression. Guz even offers a few short, funny epistolary pieces, including "A Salesman Reborn," a kiss-off to a boss that suggests something from George Saunders' oeuvre...."

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