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"Glave writes beautifully..his...voice deserves our attention."
--The Gay & Lesbian Review
"With Among the Bloodpeople, [Glave] has given us a book as beautiful as it is necessary."
"A wonderful anthology, interspersing personal essays with more academic-leaning articles."
"Glave's texts examine themselves, change course, and raise questions about their own assertions. Glave's hatred of oppression is balanced by his love of writing."
"After stunning readers with his story collections Whose Song? and The Torturer's Wife, the O. Henry- and multiple Lammy-winner now returns to nonfiction in Among the Bloodpeople: Politics and Flesh."
--Band of Thebes
"Glave crosses boundaries of genre and community, speaking with extraordinary candor and vulnerability variously as the American son of immigrants, as a Jamaican, as a professor, as a queer boy from the Bronx...What unifies these identities and these essays is the ferocity of Glave’s voice, his sentences that can feel like living, untamed things."
--Towleroad: A Site with Homosexual Tendencies