I've been dreading what Kirkus might say about my new novel. All my fears evaporated like a vampire at dawn when I read: "An engaging, over-the-top tale with much to say about how schools treat individuals and outsiders." First review's a rave. Please let this be a trend.
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“Clay McLeod Chapman speaks in tongues. Not the holy roller Pentecostal tongues – though there’s some of that fire-and-brimstone licking the underbelly of his words – but the tongues of a multitude of voices dissatisfied with life… As a literary stylist, Chapman has both hands on the steering wheel, but we’re never quite sure when he’ll suddenly swerve over the double lines and send us flying through the guardrail.”
— January Magazine