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“Idiosyncratic and unsettling…Levine’s stories aren’t so much read as succumbed to. She makes the English language sound new.”
– Seattle Metropolitan

 

“She is one of the most interesting writers working in America today, startling and idiosyncratic in the best sense.”                      —— Stephen Beachy, San Francisco Bay Guardian

 

“The deadpan, existential Frances Johnson left me with a feeling of suspension in zero gravity.”    
— Lydia Millet, O Magazine

 

“…sentences of throat-clutching beauty…”
—Bookforum

 

“…unusual but successful decisions at the sentence-level support a naturally absurdist/surrealist worldview.”
 —Jeff Vandermeer

 

"Any cat, any dog, is worth more than literature.
  —Clarice Lispector

The Girl with Brown Fur ranks #7! Video Review: 10 Innovative Short Story Collections

EXCERPT from Stacey’s new novel Where Is Mice? will appear in the next issue of Phantom Drift, a fabulist journal: Winter 2020 issue.