Transgressive Fiction: LOVE ME BACK gets a rave in the New York Times Book Review

NYT love me Back

It’s a very happy Sunday indeed, when you open the New York Times Book Review and see a book you edited touted as “one of those exquisitely rare novels that feel desperate and urgent and absolutely necessary.” And this comes on the heels of other stellar reviews calling LOVE ME BACK “extraordinary” (LA Review of Books), “brilliant” (The Chicago Tribune), “visceral” (The New Yorker), “unforgettable…gripping” (Entertainment Weekly), “exceptional” (The Huffington Post), “compulsively readable yet highly literary” (Oxford American), and “one of the most brutally honest books of the year” (Boston Herald). This is extremely well-deserved praise for Merritt Tierce, a remarkable new author, who also happens to be a dream to work with. I’m very proud to have edited this debut novel.

Read the full review here.

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