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"Every word matters, even the wildest stories scarcely seeming as though they could be otherwise. Usually this sort of free-associative reverie is called 'strange' or 'playful,' but Greer's lyrical erudition is both serious work and seriously fun. Halfway between the mind of God and a vivid dream, Everything Flows is proof that there remain new places to go, both on paper and in the known universe."
— Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"James Greer writes within the grand tradition of American postmodern, pessimistic, philosophic geniuses. Like William Gass or Guy Davenport, he unites sly humor, erudition, and a certain classical cast of mind, as aware of Heraclitus as he is of Teenage Fanclub. These stories are remarkable. They’re also a total freaking blast."
— Mathew Specktor, author, American Dream Machine, senior editor, Los Angeles Review of Books
"Dazzling, swirling, ridiculous and disconcerting. James Greer doesn't follow paths, he's a thing of the air."
— Ben Loory, author of Stories for Nighttime and Some for the Day