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"A decent 9/11 novel may be far off, but the best first passes at essays, fiction, and poetry are finally in one place."
-New York Metro.Com,
"Ulrich Baer has gathered a multi-hued range of voices that convey, with vivid immediacy and heightened imagination, the shock and loss suffered in September."
-The Harvard Bookstore,
"The result is this excellent collection of fiction, nonfiction and poetry written in reaction to the tragedy by a stellar list of contributors."
-The Kansas City Star,
"The best of these pieces by novelists and poets write about it the way that all great writing happens—they come at it sideways, or with complete indirection, sometimes in metaphor, and write about love, selfishness, lust, dieting, the lives of the rain, and in one case, from the perspective of a rat in the sewer below the towers."
"A smart idea...[drawing from] the incredible talent pool of New York City writers to consecrate the attack on the World Trade Center."