It’s not stalking if you visit Jess Walter’s official website.
Think the best part of going to the movies is the trailers? Then check out The Financial Lives of the Poets book trailer.
If our opinion doesn’t carry enough weight, check out the New York Times review.
This LA Times review calls The Financial Lives of the Poets a book “filled with the bumbling sweetness and botched dreams of men.”
Obviously we’re not the only ones who think this book rocks; Time listed it as one of their Top 10 Fiction books of 2009.
Sure, we compared The Financial Lives of the Poets to Weeds, but as this Washington Post review points out, Matt Prior is no sitcom-dad.
The New Yorker mentions The Financial Lives of the Poets, but only briefly.
You’ve heard what everybody else thinks about Jonathan Franzen’s Freedom, but have you ever wondered what Jess Walter thinks of it? His review.
A profile piece of Jess Walter on OregonLive.com. For the record, I would read anything this man wrote, even ‘a magical realism piece on a gas station closing.’
The Financial Lives of the Poets being reviewed in the business section of the Montreal Gazette. I can’t help but feel Matt Prior would approve of this marriage of literature and economics.
Grab a cup of coffee, Book Club Girl has a nice long interview with Jess Walter.
I love short stores. I love Jess Walter. So, obviously, I love this.