"American sociologist, C. Wright Mills, once wrote, “Neither the life of the individual nor the history of a society can be understood without understanding both.” A renowned professor at Columbia University in the mid-1900s, Mills studied the ways in which we connect the self to society.
I’d like to think that had Jeremiah Gerstler—the protagonist of Julie Zuckerman’s debut novel The Book of Jeremiah—existed in the same universe as Mills, the two scholars would have had a lot to discuss...."
So begins Hannah Phillips' beautiful new review "Inside the Labyrinth" of The Book of Jeremiah in SFWP Quarterly, the literary journal of the Santa Fe Writers' Project, a small press. Read the full review.
(My short story, "The Way Forward," was published in the Spring 2018 issue of SFWP Quarterly and I'm a big fan of the press).