The new issue of The Evergreen Review features "To Grandmother’s House," a story from Rebecca Brown's Not Heaven, Somewhere Else (TS 2018).
Dennis Cooper's "Favorite fiction, poetry, non-fiction, film, art, and internet of 2018" includes Rebecca Brown's Not Heaven, Somewhere Else (TS 2018) -- among a million other must-reads and must-sees.
At The Seattle Review of Books, none other than Paul Constant does his darndest to describe the genius of Rebecca Brown and her "dangerous and exciting" new book from TS Press, Not Heaven, Somewhere Else.
Praise for Rebecca Brown: "Strange and wonderful...Brown strips language of convention to lay bare the ferocious rituals of love and need." (THE NEW YORK TIMES) "Simply one of the best contemporary lesbian writers around." (DOROTHY ALLISON) "America's only real rock ‘n’ roll schoolteacher." (THURSTON MOORE, SONIC YOUTH)
Big thanks to Rich Smith for his wide-ranging Stranger feature on Rebecca Brown and her new book with Tarpaulin Sky Press: Not Heaven, Somewhere Else: "These updated and revised fables satisfied a desire for moral discussion that I didn’t even know I had…. Highly recommended and highly rewarding."