The new issue of Canadian Stories has a review of Fish, Soap and Bonds. It’s a print mag so I don’t have a link but here’s an excerpt:

“In the last stretch of Fish, Soap and Bonds the characters find themselves in Hollywood. The narrator knowingly comments on a “plan to build a permanent home for the Academy Awards. A permanent home,” he repeats. Not something these three will likely know again. Their final home is a novel that is sharp, economical, humane, and capacious.”

—Jeff Bursey Canadian Stories, Vol. 11, No. 64 (Dec. 2008/Jan. 2009)

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