I. Monographs, including Editions & Reviews

Suter. 1982. [prototype for Suder]

M.A. Thesis, Brown U, 1982. See cover

Suder. 1983. [novel]

New York: Viking, 1983. See cover

Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1999 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 15 May 1983: 593.

Booklist 15 June 1983: 1325.

Publishers Weekly 223 (17 June 1983): 63.

Lavoie, Thomas. Library Journal 108 (July 1983): 1381.

Monsky, Susan. “Short Takes.” Boston Globe 31 July 1983: A9.

See, Carolyn. Los Angeles Times Book Review 31 July 1983: 1, 8.

Gray, Paul. “Laugh Track.” Time 122 (22 Aug. 1983): 70.

“Picks & Pans.” People Weekly 20 (22 Aug. 1983): 12.

Tax, Jeremiah. “Booktalk.” Sports Illustrated 59 (22 Aug. 1983): 10.

Adams, Phoebe-Lou. The Atlantic 252 (September 1983): 124.

Stasio, Marilyn. “Words.” Penthouse 15.1 (September 1983): 54.

P[ortnoy], K[en]. West Coast Review of Books 9 (September/October 1983): 36-37.

Pascale, Jim. Best Sellers 43 (October 1983): 238.

Hoffman, Alice. “Slumps and Tailspins.” New York Times Book Review 2 Oct. 1983: 9, 26.

“A Glimmer of Wit in Story about Athlete.” The National Leader 13 Oct. 1983: 20.

Stuewe, Paul. “Imports.” Quill & Quire 50.1 (January 1984): 33.

Asim, Jabari. “The Book Club.” Washington Post Book World 7 Nov. 1999: 13.

Howard, Jennifer. “Paperbacks.” Washington Post Book World 2 Jan. 2000: 10.

Walk Me to the Distance. 1985. [novel]

New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1985. See cover

London: Century Hutchinson, 1986. See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 52 (15 Dec. 1984): 1156-57.

Steinberg, Sybil. Publishers Weekly 226 (21 Dec. 1984): 81.

Hemesath, James B. Library Journal 110 (1 Mar. 1985): 102.

Geeslin, Ned. “Picks & Pans.” People Weekly 23 (11 Mar. 1985): 18.

Haygood, Wil. “Witness to a Simple Honesty.” Boston Globe 14 Mar. 1985: 68.

Smith, Wendy. New York Times Book Review 24 Mar. 1985: 24.

Coslick, Linda. Best Sellers 45 (April 1985): 9.

Strachan, Don. “An Incomprehensible Type of Frontier Justice.” Los Angeles Times 2 May 1985, sec. V: 18.

Weisenburger, Steven. “Out West.” Callaloo 24 (Spring/Summer 1985): 489-90.

Fisher, Patricia. “Novel about Unlikely Family Focuses on ‘Moral Action.'” Seattle Times 30 June 1985: K6.

Brown, Rosellen. “The Emperor’s New Fiction.” Boston Review 11 (August 1986): 7-8.

Bozeman, Terry. “The Journey to Home.” The Chattahoochee Review 36.1 (Spring 2016): 133-35.

Cutting Lisa. 1986. [novel]

New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1986. See cover

Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 2000 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 54 (1 Sept. 1986): 1309.

L[arkin], J[ane] K. Booklist 83 (1 Oct. 1986): 188.

Eder, Richard. “Waiting for the Shadows to Take Over.” Los Angeles Times 26 Nov. 1986, sec. V: 4.

Osborne, Linda Barrett. “Of Families and Faith.” Washington Post 31 Jan. 1987: G3.

The Weather and Women Treat Me Fair. 1987. [stories]

Little Rock, AR: August House, 1987 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

“New in Paperback.” Washington Post Book World 4 Oct. 1987: 12.

For Her Dark Skin. 1990. [novel]

Seattle: Owl Creek, 1990. See cover.

Reviews

[None]

Zulus. 1990. [novel]

Sag Harbor, NY: Permanent, 1990. See cover

Sag Harbor, NY: Permanent, 1990 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 57 (1 Dec. 1989): 1696.

Steinberg, Sybil. Publishers Weekly 236 (8 Dec. 1989): 44.

Major, Clarence. “An Alphabet of Future Nightmares.” Washington Post Book World 20 May 1990: 4.

Finn, Anthony. “Black Male Authors Earn Attention.” Seattle Times 10 June 1990. Web.

Starr, William W. “Apocalyptic Tale Risky Departure But Striking.” The State (Columbia, SC) 15 July 1990: F5.

Stumpf, Edna. New York Times Book Review 30 Dec. 1990: 14-15.

The One That Got Away (illus. Dirk Zimmer). 1992. [children’s book]

New York: Clarion Books, 1992. See cover

Reviews

Roback, Diane. Publishers Weekly 239 (17 Feb. 1992): 62.

Kirkus Reviews 60 (1 Mar. 1992): 322.

M.P.M. Children’s Book Review Service 20 (April 1992): 103.

Phelan, Carolyn. Booklist 88 (15 Apr. 1992): 1537.

Welton, Ann. School Library Journal 38.5 (May 1992): 88.

Meislin, Richard J. “The March of the Tongue Depressors.” New York Times Book Review 17 May 1992: 32.

Starr, William W. “This One (1) Is for Youngsters.” The State (Columbia, SC) 17 May 1992: F6.

S[trang], R[obert]. Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books 45 (July 1992): 293.

Martinez, Miriam, and Marcia F. Nash. Language Arts 69.5 (September 1992): 373.

The Horn Book Guide to Children’s and Young Adult Books 3.2 (Fall 1992): 230.

Cefali, Leslie. “Concept Books.” Library Talk 6 (January 1993): 27.

Hurst, Carol Otis. “Winter Reading.” Teaching Pre K-8 23.4 (January 1993): 104-05.

Whitin, David J. Arithmetic Teacher 40 (May 1993): 530.

God’s Country. 1994. [novel]

Boston: Faber & Faber, 1994. See cover

Washington, DC: Library of Congress, 1996 (Braille, 2 vols.)

Boston: Beacon, 2003 (pa.). See cover

Rome: Nutrimenti, 2011 (as Il paese di Dio, trans. Marco Rossari). See cover

Frankfurt: Edition Büchergilde, 2014 (trans. Susann Urban). See cover

Zurich: Unionsverlag, 2016 (trans. Susann Urban) (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 62 (15 Mar. 1994): 322.

Steinberg, Sybil. Publishers Weekly 241 (18 Apr. 1994): 46.

Jordan, Robert. Library Journal 119 (1 May 1994): 136.

McCombie, Brian. Booklist 90 (15 May 1994): 1663-64.

Pintarich, Paul. “New in the Northwest.” The Sunday Oregonian (Portland) Arts & Books 15 May 1994: K6.

Heller, Amanda. “Short Takes.” Boston Globe 22 May 1994: B16.

Bowman, David. “Cowpoke Absurdism.” New York Times Book Review 5 June 1994: 43.

Williamson, Eric Miles. “Black and White.” American Book Review 16.5 (December 1994/February 1995): 21.

Braille Book Review 65.4 (July/August 1996). Web.

Howard, Jennifer. “New in Paperback.” Washington Post Book World 4 May 2003: 11.

Gianotti, Tiziano. “Storia Western.” D — la Repubblica della Donne (Rome) 18 Dec. 2010. [in Italian]

Cervino, Marta. Marie Claire (Italy) March 2011. [in Italian]

Guinand, Francesca. “Quattro libri, un mese.” Vox Magazine (Rome) n.d. [in Italian]

Persivale, Matteo. “L’animo noir del cowboy.” Corriere della Sera (Milan) 11 Mar. 2011. Web. [in Italian]

“Il Western di Percival Everett.” Affaritaliani.it 11 Mar. 2011. [in Italian]

Antonelli, Sara. “Don Chiscotte nel Far West.” l’Unità (Rome) 12 Mar. 2011. Web. [in Italian]

Sampietro, Luigi. “Western, epopee infinita.” Domenica – il Sole 24 ore 13 Mar. 2011. Web. [in Italian]

Capozzo, Désirée Paola. Elle (Italy) 18 Mar. 2001. Web. [in Italian]

Cappellini, Tommy. “‘Il paese di Dio’: Il selvaggio West è una commedia se lo racconta Percival Everett.” il Giornale (Milan) 20 Mar. 2011. Web. [in Italian]

Gamberini, Sara. Sul Romanzo 31 Mar. 2011. Web. [in Italian]

“Cowboy codardi e il Western diventra parodia.” La Gazzetta dello Sport (Milan) 2 Apr. 2011. Web. [in Italian]

Russo, Roberto. BLOGO 5 Apr. 2011. Web. [in Italian]

La Guida 15 Apr. 2011: 34. Web. [in Italian]

Mercadante, Gianluca. Pulp Libri (Italy) n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Del Sette, Luciano. “Sul tappeto volante.” Il Manifesto (Rome) Alias 9 July 2011. Web. [in Italian]

Pietrogiacomi, Alex. il Mucho selvaggio n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Frati, David. Mangilibri n.d. 21 Dec. 2011. Web. [in Italian]

Bojanowski, Renate. Wortmax 12 May 2014. Web. [in German]

Big Picture. 1996. [stories]

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 1996 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 64 (15 Feb. 1996): 244-45.

Simson, Maria. Publishers Weekly 243 (4 Mar. 1996): 61.

Hooper, Brad. Booklist 92 (1 Apr. 1996): 1342.

Garb, Maggie. New York Times Book Review 15 Sept. 1996: 30.

Watershed. 1996. [novel]

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 1996. See cover

Boston: Beacon, 2003 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 64 (15 Feb. 1996): 245.

Steinberg, Sybil. Publishers Weekly 243 (4 Mar. 1996): 53.

Pearl, Nancy. Library Journal 121 (15 Mar. 1996): 94.

Hooper, Brad. Booklist 92 (1 Apr. 1996): 1342.

Cheuse, Alan. “‘Watershed’ Flows as a Social Thriller.” National Public Radio, “All Things Considered” 7 Aug. 1996. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Polk, James. New York Times Book Review 1 Dec. 1996: 23.

Ferguson, Joseph. Small Press 15 (January/February 1997): 46.

Healy, Michael P. Kliatt 37 (September 2003): 16.

The Body of Martin Aguilera. 1997. [novel]

Camano Island, WA: Owl Creek, 1997. See cover

Reviews

[None]

Frenzy. 1997. [novel]

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 1997 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 64 (1 Nov. 1996): 1550.

Simson, Maria. Publishers Weekly 243 (18 Nov. 1996): 67.

Brown, Robert E. Library Journal 122 (1 Jan. 1997): 145-46.

McCombie, Brian. Booklist 93 (1-15 Jan. 1997): 818.

Brown, Robert E. “Beyond the Bestsellers.” Syracuse Herald American (NY) Stars 11 May 1997: 12.

Malin, Irving. The Review of Contemporary Fiction 17.3 (Fall 1997): 237.

Garrett, George. “Literary Fiction.” Washington Post Book World 7 Dec. 1997: 12.

Glyph. 1999. [novel]

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 1999. See cover

London: Faber & Faber, 2004 (pa.). See cover

Moscow: EKSMO, 2006 (as Glif, trans. Marii Semenkovich).

Rome: Nutrimenti, 2007 (as Glifo, trans. Marco Rossari). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2008 (as Glyphe, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut). See cover

Minneapolis: Graywolf, 2014 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 67 (1 Oct. 1999): 1516.

Needham, George. Booklist 96 (15 Oct. 1999): 417.

Hoffert, Barbara. Library Journal 124 (1 Nov. 1999): 122-23.

Steinberg, Sybil. Publishers Weekly 246 (8 Nov. 1999): 50-51.

Galef, David. “Ralph Walks, Theory Talks.” New York Times Book Review 28 Nov. 1999: 20.

Moore, Steven. “Deconstructing Ralph.” Washington Post Book World 28 Nov. 1999: 7.

Markwell, Scott. Book: The Magazine for the Reading Life (November/December 1999): 78.

Heller, Amanda. “Short Takes.” Boston Globe 26 Dec. 1999: K2.

“Briefly Noted.” The New Yorker 75 (17 Jan. 2000): 83.

Lobdell, Seth. “A Brainy Baby Seeks the Meaning of Life.” San Francisco Chronicle 9 Apr. 2000: RV8.

Ree, Jonathan. “Baby Is an Observer.” The Evening Standard (London) 4 May 2004. Web.

Lichtig, Toby. “Deconstructing Daddy.” The Times Literary Supplement 14 May 2004: 22.

Robinson, Oliver. “Paperbacks.” The Observer (London) Review Pages 23 May 2004: 18.

Evans, Diane. “High-Concept Crawl with a Brilliant Baby.” The Independent (London) Features 28 May 2004: 25.

Poole, Steven. “How Baby Hates Barthes Time.” The Guardian (London) Saturday Pages 5 June 2004: 28.

Abbiati, Daniele. “Il superbebè che ci insegna a pensare.” Il Giornale (Milan) 13 June 2007: 29. Web. [in Italian]

Pietrogiacomi, Alex. “Glifo, esercizio di stile di Percival Everett.” Il Pendolo 10 July 2007. [in Italian]

Novaro, Federica. “Il personaggio Barthes.” L’Indice dei libri del mese 24.9 (6 Sept. 2007). [in Italian]

D’Amico, Masolino. “Il marmocchio entusiasma sciorinando citazioni il genietto che strega Barthes.” La Stampa (Turin) 15 Sept. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in Italian]

Beretta, Alessandro. Corriere della Sera (Milan) 16 Sept. 2007. [in Italian]

Montanelli, Seia. Stilos 9.16 (28 Aug. 2007). [in Italian]

Lankelot 18 Apr. 2008. Web. [in Italian]

Loprete, Marco. Kathodik.it (Macerata) n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Rovelli, Marco. “Il vivo corpo del male di Percival Everett.” Nazione Indiana 15 May 2008. Web. [in Italian]

Frati, David. Mangialibri n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Cave, Leah. “Percival Everett’s ‘Glyph’: A Fictional Exploration of Intelligence and Meaning.” American Fiction by suite101 18 June 2008.

Laval, Martine. Télérama.fr 29 Nov. 2008. Web. [in French]

Corty, Bruno. “Le monde selon Ralph.” Le Figaro Économie (Paris) 4 Dec. 2008. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Grand Canyon, Inc. 2001. [novella]

San Francisco: Versus, 2001. See cover

Reviews

Asim, Jabari. “Fables and Reconstructions.” Washington Post 2 Oct. 2001: C8.

erasure. 2001. [novel]

Hanover, NH: UP of New England, 2001. See cover

New York: Hyperion, 2002 (pa.). See cover

London: Faber & Faber, 2003. See cover

London: Faber & Faber, 2004, 2006 (pa.). See 2004 cover and 2006 cover

Athens: Ekdoseis Polis, 2004 (as To Svismo, trans. Hilda Papadimitriou) (pa.). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2004 (as Effacement, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2006 (pa.). See cover

Torino: Instar Libri, 2007 (as Cancellazione, trans. Marco Bosonetto). See cover

Frankfurt am Main: J. Seeling, 2008 (as Ausradiert) (pa.). See cover

Barcelona: Blackie Books, 2011 (as X, trans. Marta Alcaraz). See cover

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 2011 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 69 (1 July 2001): 887.

Bush, Vanessa. Booklist 97 (Aug. 2001): 2085.

Santo, Philip. Library Journal 126 (Aug. 2001): 160.

Zaleski, Jeff. Publishers Weekly 248 (13 Aug. 2001): 283.

Cheuse, Alan. “2 Perspectives on Black Cultures and Identities.” Chicago Tribune Books 2 Sept. 2001: 1, 6.

Starr, William W. “Everett Crafts a Brilliant Blast Against Racial/Political Correctness.” The State (Columbia, SC) 23 Sept. 2001: E6.

Wallace, Richard. San Francisco Chronicle 23 Sept. 2001: RV62.

LeClair, Tom. “Invisible Ink.” Book: The Magazine for the Reading Life (September/October 2001): 72-73.

Froehlich, Leopold. “Tall Tales.” Playboy 48.10 (October 2001): 50.

Asim, Jabari. “Fables and Reconstructions.” Washington Post 2 Oct. 2001: C8.

Berman, Jenifer. “Enuf Pafology.” New York Times Book Review 7 Oct. 2001: 22.

Woods, Paula L. “Dint, Ax, Fo, Screet.” Los Angeles Times Book Review 28 Oct. 2001: 5.

“Fall Books Gift Guide: Fiction.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution 18 Nov. 2001: H2.

Luce, Mark. “Race, Book Publishing Among ‘Erasure’s’ Targets.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution 25 Nov. 2001: C6.

“Books in Brief.” The New Crisis 108.6 (November/December 2001): 59.

Papinchak, Robert Allen. “‘Erasure’ Funny but Limited.” Seattle Times 9 Dec. 2001. Web.

Sallis, James. “A Literary Hoodwink via the Hood.” Boston Globe 9 Dec. 2001: D4.

Lindsay, Tony. Black Issues Book Review 4.1 (January/February 2002): 57-58.

McInnis, C. Leigh. MultiCultural Review 11.1 (March 2002): 67.

“Notable Books, 2002.” Booklist 98 (15 Mar. 2002): 1220.

Strecker, Trey. The Review of Contemporary Fiction 22.2 (Summer 2002): 228.

Fife-Adams, Stephen. Indiana Review 24.2 (Fall 2002): 161-63.

Veale, Scott. “New & Noteworthy Paperbacks.” New York Times Book Review 3 Nov. 2002: 28.

Thompson, Andrea. “Rappers’ Delights.” The New Yorker 78 (6 Jan. 2003): 19.

Kelly, Sb. “Round-Up.” Scotland on Sunday 9 Mar. 2003. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Hensher, Philip. “How to Write Yourself into Fame, and into a Corner.” The Times (London) 19 Mar. 2003, sec. T2: 18.

Deb, Siddhartha. “How Black Is It?” The Times Literary Supplement 21 Mar. 2003: 20.

J.C. “NB.” The Times Literary Supplement 21 Mar. 2003: 14.

D’Aguiar, Fred. “Is It Because I Is Black?” The Independent (London) Features 22 Mar. 2003: 26.

Sooke, Alastair. “Gangsta Trap.” The Sunday Telegraph (London) 23 Mar. 2003: 14.

MacFarlane, Robert. “A Literary Ali G.” The Evening Standard (London) 24 Mar. 2003: 42.

Jones, Lewis. “His Agent Tells Him He’s ‘Not Black Enough.'” The Daily Telegraph (London) 29 Mar. 2003. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Pinckney, Darryl. “Colour Bind.” The Guardian (London) Saturday Pages 19 Apr. 2003: 26.

Hanks, Robert. “Summer Fiction.” The Independent on Sunday (London) Features 6 July 2003: 17.

Soar, Daniel. “‘Look at Me. I on TV.'” London Review of Books 25 (10 July 2003): 30-31.

de Bruijn, Peter. “En zijn mama huilde.” NRC Handelsblad (Amsterdam) 15 Aug. 2003. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in Dutch]

Bell, Bernard W. African American Review 37.2-3 (Summer/Fall 2003): 474-77.

Utne September/October 2003: 15.

P[atterson], C[hristina]. “Paperbacks.” The Independent (London) Features 9 Jan. 2004: 27.

Hoggard, Liz. “Paperback of the Week.” The Observer (London) Review Pages 11 Jan. 2004: 19.

Lezard, Nicholas. “Selling Out to the Ghetto.” The Guardian (London) Saturday Pages 17 Jan. 2004. Web.

Phelan, Laurence. “Paperbacks.” Independent on Sunday (London) Features 18 Jan. 2004: 19.

Shoard, Catherine, and T. J. Binyon. The Evening Standard (London) 26 Jan. 2004. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

K[eenlyside], A[lex]. “Paperbacks.” The Daily Telegraph (London) Books 31 Jan. 2004: 11.

Clavel, André. “Littérature.” Le Temps (Geneva, Switzerland) 27 Mar. 2004. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Sorgue, Pierre. Télérama.fr 27 Mar. 2004. Web. [in French]

Dumontet, Fabienne. “Un burlesque américain.” Le Monde (Paris) 9 July 2004. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Frati, David. Mangialibri n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Conoboy, Tom. Tom Conoboy’s Writing Blog 11 Dec. 2008. Web.

Orosco, Agnès. Convolvulus 26 Apr. 2009. Web.

McGoy, David. Bookreporter.com 21 Jan. 2011. Web.

Bitterbaum, David Charles. “Book Time.” The Newest Rant 7 Feb. 2011. Web.

Puntí, Jordi. “Deconstruyendo el gueto.” El Periódico de Aragón (Barcelona) 26 May 2011. Web. [in Spanish]

Manguel, Alberto. “En busca del éxito a través de una novella vergonzosa.” El País (Madrid) 20 Aug. 2011. Web. [in Spanish]

Sacks, Sam. “A Protean Chronicler of Racial Puzzles.” The Wall Street Journal 29-30 Oct. 2011: C10.

Westphal, Stephanie Quinn. Annotation Nation 2 Nov. 2011. Web.

Shavers, Rone. “Assumption and Erasure by Percival Everett.” The Quarterly Conversation 26 (Winter 2012). Web.

Lalami, Laila. “Everything Except Me.” The Nation 294 (6 Feb. 2012): 35-37.

Maine, David. “‘Erasure’ Is Bitter, Vicious, Hilarious and Extremely Important.” PopMatters 13 Feb. 2012. Web.

Jiménez, Raül. “‘Erasure’: Post-Modern Anger in the Ghetto.” Bloodbuzzed 20 Feb. 2013. Web.

Jerkins, Morgan. “Read This Underappreciated Book: ERASURE by Percival Everett.” BookRiot 29 Aug. 2015. Web.

American Desert. 2004. [novel]

New York: Hyperion, 2004. See cover

London: Faber & Faber, 2004. See cover.

London: Faber & Faber, 2005, 2006 (pa.). See 2005 cover and 2006 cover

Athens: Ekdoseis Polis, 2006 (as Amerikaniki Erimos, trans. Hilda Papadimitriou) (pa.). See cover

Moscow: AST, 2006 (as Amerikanskaia pustynia, trans. S. Likhacheva). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2006 (as Désert américain, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2007 (pa.). See cover

Rome: Nutrimenti, 2009 (as Deserto americano, trans. Marco Rossari). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 72 (1 Mar. 2004): 194-95.

Bush, Vanessa. Booklist 100 (1 Apr. 2004): 1346.

Zaleski, Jeff. Publishers Weekly 251 (5 Apr. 2004): 35-36.

Burkhardt, Joanna M. Library Journal 129 (1 May 2004): 139-40.

Hynes, James. “Head of the Class.” Washington Post Book World 2 May 2004: 6.

Birkets, Sven. “The Surreal Thing.” New York Times Book Review 9 May 2004: 19.

Jensen, Jeff. Entertainment Weekly 14 May 2004: 77.

Johnson, Greg. “Surreal Journey Begins After Death.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution Features 21 May 2004: B4.

Cheuse, Alan. “‘American Desert’ Skewers Institutions.” National Public Radio, “All Things Considered” 2 June 2004. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

—. “A Satirical Look at Life and Death.” Chicago Tribune Books 6 June 2004: 1.

Villalon, Oscar. “An Author Too Imaginative for Mere Black and White.” San Francisco Chronicle 13 June 2004: M6.

“Briefly Noted.” The New Yorker 80 (14-21 June 2004): 192.

“Our Editors Recommend.” San Francisco Chronicle 20 June 2004: M2.

Derrick, Larry. “Made in the Shade.” Dallas Morning News Arts Sunday 4 July 2004. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Anderson, Hephzibah. “Nights of the Living Dead.” The Observer (London) Review Pages 9 Jan. 2005: 15.

Glavin, Anthony. “Too Insane for Satire.” The Irish Times Weekend 16 Apr. 2005: 11.

Lichtig, Toby. “Dead Man Walking.” New Statesman 18 Apr. 2005: 57.

Ness, Patrick. “Unfaithful Husband, Indifferent Father, Unexpected Messiah.” The Daily Telegraph (London) Books 23 Apr. 2005. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Phelan, Laurence. “Paperbacks.” The Independent (London) 24 Apr. 2005.

Kamine, Mark. “Media Circuses.” The Times Literary Supplement 29 Apr. 2005: 23.

Kato, Mariko. “Book of the Week.” Time Out (London) 18 May 2005. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Pinckney, Darryl. “Jesus 19 and Ted’s Big Adventure.” The Guardian (London) Saturday Pages 21 May 2005: 27.

Satterthwaite, Julian. “Professor Loses Head, Wins Fame.” The Daily Yomiuri (Tokyo) 22 May 2005. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Royle, Nicholas. “Revelation Roads.” The Independent (London) Features 27 May 2005: 26.

Davis, Anita Price. Magill Book Reviews 1 Aug. 2005. Academic Search Premier. Web.

McAfee, Dierdra. “Five Favorites.” Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch 25 Dec. 2005: K3.

Corty, Bruno. “L’Amérique perd la tête.” Le Figaro (Paris) 19 Jan. 2006. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Dumontet, Fabienne. “De la difficile réinsertion du ressuscité.” Le Monde (Paris) 27 Jan. 2006. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Clavel, André. “Littérature.” Le Temps (Geneva, Switzerland) 28 Jan. 2006. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Iommi-Amunategui, Antonin. “Où avais-je la tête?” Libération (Paris) 9 Mar. 2006. Web. [in French]

Chevilley, Philippe. “L’Amérique sans tête.” Les Echos (Paris) 14 Mar. 2006. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

B[utler], S[tephen]. “Pick of the Paperbacks.” The Daily Telegraph (London) Books 15 Apr. 2006: 11.

“Echos — Brèves.” Sud Ouest (Bordeaux) 6 July 2006. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Antonelli, Sara “l’Uomo che non sapeva morire.” I’Unità 21 Nov. 2009: 38-39. Web. [in Italian]

Sampietro, Luigi. “Resurrezione e condanna.” Domenica – il Sole 24 ore 22 Nov. 2009: 32. Web. [in Italian]

Beretta, Alessandro. “Racconto la realtà con il paradosso.” Corriere della Sera (Milan) 24 Nov. 2009: 16. [in Italian]

Voltolini, Dario. “C’è in America il clone di Gesù.” la Stampa ttL 19 Dec. 2009: 4. Web. [in Italian]

Baranelli, Enzo. Cabaret Bisanzio 5 Jan. 2010. Web. [in Italian]

Briasco, Luca. “Un morto vivente e la sclerosi imperialista.” il manifesto (Rome) Alias 9 Jan. 2010. Web. [in Italian]

Montioni, Paolo. “Le avventure picaresche del morto resuscitato.” Stilos n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Frati, David. Mangialibri n.d. Web. [in Italian]

A History of the African-American People [Proposed] by Strom Thurmond, as told to Percival Everett & James Kincaid (with James Kincaid). 2004. [novel]

New York: Akashic Books, 2004 (pa.). See cover

London: Turnaround, 2004 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Publishers Weekly 251 (26 Jan. 2004): 192.

Drabelle, Dennis. “Comedies of Ill Manners.” Washington Post Book World 29 Feb. 2004: 13.

Lindquist, Mark. “Random Jokes, Mild Perversions Work in ‘History.'” Seattle Times 9 Apr. 2004. Web.

Close, Beverly. “Hot Off the Presses.” The Sunday Oregonian (Portland) Arts & Living 11 Apr. 2004: E7.

Zaleski, Jeff. Publishers Weekly 251 (26 Apr. 2004): 44.

Birkets, Sven. “The Surreal Thing.” New York Times Book Review 9 May 2004: 19.

Dwyer, Jim. Library Journal 129 (15 May 2004): 114.

Allen, Jeffrey Renard. “Percival Everett Takes on Strom Thurmond and the Publishing Industry in America.” Chicago Tribune Books 6 June 2004: 4.

Villalon, Oscar. “An Author Too Imaginative for Mere Black and White.” San Francisco Chronicle 13 June 2004: M6.

D’Evelyn, Tom. “Skewering Thurmond’s Politics.” The Providence Journal (RI) Arts 20 June 2004: D7.

Strecker, Trey. The Review of Contemporary Fiction 24.2 (Summer 2004): 148.

Schaub, Michael. Bookslut Dec. 2004. Web.

damned if i do. 2004. [stories]

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 2004 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Bush, Vanessa. Booklist 101 (15 Oct. 2004): 389.

Zaleski, Jeff. Publishers Weekly 251 (25 Oct. 2004): 27.

Krusoe, Jim. “Hell in a Handbasket.” Washington Post Book World 14 Nov. 2004: 6.

Peiffer, Prudence. Library Journal 129 (15 Nov. 2004): 53.

Aoki, Elizabeth. “Books in Brief.” Seattle Times 16 Jan. 2005. Web.

Birnbaum, Robert. “Sardonic Humor and Moral Outrage Mix in Everett’s Stories.” San Francisco Chronicle 16 Jan. 2005: B6.

Daniel, Lucy. “On Husk-Dry Afternoons.” The Daily Telegraph (London) Books 12 Feb. 2005: 10.

Galehouse, Maggie. “Squeeze Plays.” New York Times Book Review 20 Feb. 2005: 20.

“Editors’ Choice.” New York Times Book Review 27 Feb. 2005: 22.

Kamine, Mark. “Media Circuses.” The Times Literary Supplement 29 Apr. 2005: 23.

Fleming, Robert. “Wit and Wisdom.” Black Issues Book Review 7.3 (May/June 2005): 68.

Love, Dora. MultiCultural Review 14.2 (Summer 2005): 60.

Snodgrass, Kathleen. “Between a Rock and a Hard Place.” Georgia Review 59.4 (Winter 2005): 945-55.

Solomon, Asali. Shenandoah 55.3 (Winter 2005): 155-56.

Beckman, Madeleine. The Literary Review 49.2 (Winter 2006): 188-90.

Isak 12 Mar. 2011. Web.

Williams, Bob. The Compulsive Reader n.d.

Bitterbaum, David Charles. “Everett Does a Variety of Stories Quite Well: Damned If I Do.” The Newest Rant 31 Mar. 2012. Web.

Wounded. 2005. [novel]

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 2005. See cover

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 2007 (pa.). See cover

London: Faber & Faber, 2007, 2008 (pa.). See 2007 cover and 2008 cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2007 (as Blessés, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2008 (as Blessés, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut) (pa.). See cover

Athens: Ekdoseis Polis, 2008 (as Plegomenoī, trans. Lyo Kalovymas) (pa.). See cover

Leicester: Ulverscroft, 2008

Rome: Nutrimenti, 2009, 2010, 2012 (as Ferito, trans. Marco Rossari). See 2009/2010 cover and 2012 cover

Reviews

Coco, Pete. Time Out Chicago 2 Feb. 2005.

Kirkus Reviews 73 (15 June 2005): 654.

Stidham, Jenn B. Library Journal 130 (1 July 2005): 66-67.

Publishers Weekly 252 (18 July 2005): 183-84.

Bush, Vanessa. Booklist 101 (1 Aug. 2005): 1991.

Kirsch, Jonathan. “In Wyoming, Broken Lives.” Los Angeles Times Book Review 28 Aug. 2005: R2.

Lytal, Benjamin. “Sort of Brilliant.” New York Sun Arts & Letters 31 Aug. 2005. Web.

Pride, Felicia. Baltimore City Paper 31 Aug. 2005.

Joseph, Channing. Entertainment Weekly 2 Sept. 2005: 85.

Smiley, Jane. “The Outsiders.” Washington Post Book World 4 Sept. 2005: 4.

Beason, Tyrone. “‘Wounded’: Race, Sexuality on Modern-Day Frontier.” Seattle Times 18 Sept. 2005. Web.

Cowles, Gregory. “Fiction Chronicle.” New York Times Book Review 18 Sept. 2005: 22.

Eli, Quinn. “Black Novelist Transcends Race.” The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC) Arts & Entertainment 18 Sept. 2005: EG5.

Lark, Lolita. RALPH: The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy and the Humanities 138 (Mid-Fall 2005). Web.

LaBonte, Richard. “Bookmarks.” Bay Times (San Francisco) 6 Oct. 2005.

Cheuse, Alan. “Percival Everett’s ‘Wounded’: Winter in Wyoming.” National Public Radio, “All Things Considered” 11 Oct. 2005. Web.

Yeh, Jane. “All Unquiet — and Unreliable — on Everett’s Western Front.” The Village Voice Books 19-25 Oct. 2005: 75.

Foster, Ken. Time Out New York 24 Nov. 2005. Web.

Lewis, Lillian. MultiCultural Review 14.4 (Winter 2005): 61.

Bell, Christopher. “My Own Private Wyoming.” The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide 13.3 (May/June 2006): 45-46.

Dumontet, Fabienne. “Le Grand Ouest dans les frontièrs d’un ranch.” Le Monde (Paris) 12 Jan. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Corty, Bruno. “À l’Ouest, du nouveau.” Le Figaro (Paris) 1 Feb. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Laval, Martine. Télérama.fr 3 Feb. 2007. Web. [in French]

Houillon. 24 Heures (Lausanne, Switzerland) 6 Feb. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Iommi-Amunategui, Antonin. “Le coyote à trois pattes.” Libération (Paris) 8 Feb. 2007. Web. [in French]

Ogles, Jonah. “‘Wounded’ a Fast-Paced, Simple Story.” Holland (MI) Sentinel 8 Feb. 2007. NewsLibrary.com. Web.

Kelly, Stuart. “Twisting the Knife and Pouring on Salt.” Scotland on Sunday 11 Feb. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Chevilley, Philippe. “Intolérance.” Les Échos (Paris) 13 Feb. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Parini, Jay. “Alone in the Wilds of Wyoming.” The Guardian (London) Review Pages 17 Feb. 2007: 17.

Boncza-Tomaszewski, Tom. “Paperbacks.” The Independent on Sunday (London) ABC Magazine 18 Feb. 2007: 30.

Clavel, André. “Littérature.” Le Temps (Geneva, Switzerland) 24 Feb. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

O’Riordan, Alan. “Small-Town People with Subtle Prejudice.” The Irish Times Weekend 24 Feb. 2007: 12.

Thorne, Matt. “Not a Normal Cowboy Story.” The Sunday Telegraph (London) 25 Feb. 2007, sec. 7: 55.

Flanery, Patrick Denman. “Star-Crossed Cowboys.” The Times Literary Supplement 2 Mar. 2007: 23.

Mony, Olivier. “L’Ouest, le retour.” Sud Ouest Dimanche (Bordeaux) 4 Mar. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Greig, Martin. “A Lean Slice of the Action.” The Herald (Glasgow) ABC Magazine 10 Mar. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Kerridge, Jake. “A Hate-Filled Man with a Gun.” The Daily Telegraph (London) Books 10 Mar. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Saunders, Kate. “In Short.” The Times (London) Books 17 Mar. 2007: 13.

Goldsworthy, Kerryn. “In Short.” Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) Spectrum 6 Apr. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Woodhead, Cameron. “Pick of the Week.” The Age (Melbourne, Australia) 7 Apr. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Guillaume, Chérel. “Le temps des coyotes á trois pattes.” Le Point (Paris) 12 Apr. 2007. Web. [in French]

“Bookends.” Geelong Advertiser (Australia) Big Weekend 14 Apr. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Anderson, Reg. The Courier Mail (Australia) 28 Apr. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Thomas, Mark. “Frontier Parable of Prejudice.” Canberra Times (Australia) 19 May 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

New Zealand Herald 27 May 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Owen, Victoria. “Home-Loving Cowboy.” Oxford Times (Oxfordshire, England) 31 May 2007. Web.

Orchard, Shelley. “This Week’s Selections.” The Advertiser (Australia) Magazine 9 June 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Swart, Genevieve. The Sun-Herald (Sydney, Australia) 15 July 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

Collins, Robert. The Observer (London) Review Pages 24 Aug. 2008: 26.

Phelan, Laurence. The Independent (London) 31 Aug. 2008. Web.

Smart, James. The Guardian (London) Review Pages 6 Sept. 2008: 20.

Ludman, Barbara. “Dangerously in Love.” Mail & Guardian (Johannesburg, So. Africa) 26 Nov. 2008. Web.

Bryant, Christopher. Polari Magazine 3 Dec. 2008. Web.

Crinò, Lara. “Diverso West.” D — la Repubblica delle Donne (Rome) n.d. [in Italian]

“Libri.” il Quotidiano della Basilicata (Italy) 8 Feb. 2009. [in Italian]

Bracigni, Silvia. “Nel profondo e gelido West una vicenda di solitudini e ferrite.” Gazzetta del Sud (Messina, Italy) 19 Feb. 2009. [in Italian]

Petroni, Paolo. “Libro del giorno.” ANSA Notiziario Generale in Italiano 5 Mar. 2009. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in Italian]

Cordelli, Franco. “Il western simpatico, diventa una denuncia.” Corriere della Sera (Milan) 2 Apr. 2009. [in Italian]

Baranelli, Enzo. Cabaret Bisanzio 28 Apr. 2009. Web. [in Italian]

Mantioni, Paolo. L’Indice dei Libri (Turin) May 2009. Web. [in Italian]

Sampietro, Luigi. “Il cowboy che amava l’arte.” Il Sole 24 Ore (Milan) 17 May 2009: 29. Web. [in Italian]

Manferlotti, Stefano. “Everett nella terra dell’odio.” Il Mattino (Naples) 8 June 2009: 19. Web. [in Italian]

Ciurans, Ana. N.d.T. — La Nota del Traduttore (Italy) n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Mantioni, Paolo. “La brutale intolleranza dell’etica individuale tra opposizioni e contraddizioni irrisolte.” Stilos n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Delfanti, Mariella. “Come raccontare oggi l’American Dream.” Corriere del Ticino 21 July 2009: 22. Web. [in Italian]

Palombo, Sandra. Viadellebelledonne 14 Aug. 2009. Web. [in Italian]

Gnerre, Francesco. Pride (Italy) n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Rovelli, Marco. “Le verità elementari di Percival Everett.” Nazione Indiana 23 Sept. 2009. Web. [in Italian]

Frati, David. Mangialibri n.d. Web. [in Italian]

“Public Displays of Affection.” This Is So Gay 11 Aug. 2011. Web.

re:f (gesture). 2006. [poems]

Los Angeles: Black Goat/Red Hen, 2006 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Ellis, Kelly Norman. Black Issues Book Review 9.2 (March/April 2007): 20.

The Water Cure. 2007. [novel]

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 2007. See cover

Rome: Nutrimenti, 2008 (as La cura dell’acqua, trans. Marco Rossari). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2009 (as Le supplice de l’eau, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut). See cover

Athens: Ekdoseis Polis, 2013 (as I Therapeia tou Nerou, trans. Dimitris Athinakis) (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 75 (15 July 2007): 683.

Krusoe, Jim. “Mirror Images.” Washington Post Book Review 26 Aug. 2007: 4.

Wilkinson, Joanne. Booklist 104 (1 Sept. 2007): 57.

Abrams, David. “Percival Everett’s ‘The Water Cure’ Plumbs a Man’s Dark Heart.” San Francisco Chronicle 16 Sept. 2007: M1.

Gibbons, James. “A Broken Man.” Los Angeles Times 16 Sept. 2007: R6.

Percy, Benjamin. “Blood on His Hands.” Esquire 19 Sept. 2007. Web.

Swartley, Ariel. “Grief’s Prisoner.” Los Angeles Magazine October 2007: 90-94.

Rungren, Lawrence. Library Journal 132 (1 Oct. 2007): 58-59.

Bartelmay, Ryan. Time Out Chicago 24 Oct. 2007.

Meaney, Thomas. “Rant Party.” Bookforum 14.3 (September/October/November 2007). Web.

Ervin, Andrew. “‘Cure’ Is a Vengeance Story with a Brain.” Contra Costa Times (California) Books 16 Dec. 2007. LexisNexis Academic. Web.

—. “Putting ‘Water Cure’ Down Won’t Be Easy.” Chicago Tribune 10 Jan. 2008, sec. 5: 8.

DeMartini, Brenda. Southern Indiana Review Spring 2008: 97-99.

Hobbs, William Ashanti. Mosaic Literary Magazine 21 (Spring 2008): 43-44.

Long, Alexander. “Not Kidding Around.” Southern Review 44.2 (Spring 2008): 375-78.

Petroni, Paolo. “Libro del giorno.” ANSA Notiziario Generale in Italiano 3 Apr. 2008. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in Italian]

“Libri del giorno.” ANSA Notiziario Generale in Italiano 4 Apr. 2008. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in Italian]

Garrett, Daniel. “Torture and the Sublime.” American Book Review 29.4 (May/June 2008): 16.

Rovelli, Marco. “Il vivo corpo del male di Percival Everett.” Nazione Indiana 15 May 2008. Web. [in Italian]

Gyurgyokai, Mirko Zilahy De’. La Recensione n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Frati, David. Mangialibri n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Brown, Jackson. Indiana Review 30.1 (Summer 2008): 161-62.

Tsang, Lori. MultiCultural Review 17.2 (Summer 2008): 50.

Lo, É. Libération (Paris) 5 Nov. 2009. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Werli, Antonio. “Jeu d’écrivain.” Fric-Frac Club 20 Nov. 2009. [in French]

MondoBalordo 17 June 2010. [in French]

Abstraktion und Einfuhlung. 2008. [poems]

Los Angeles: Black Goat/Red Hen, 2008 (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Artforum International 47.2 (October 2008): S5.

Muratori, Fred. Library Journal 133 (1 Nov. 2008): 70.

Brown, Tim W. The Poetry Project Newsletter (St. Mark’s Church in-the-Bowery) No. 219 (April/June 2009): 29.

Tsang, Lori.  Multicultural Review 18.2 (Summer 2009): 58.

I Am Not Sidney Poitier. 2009. [novel]

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 2009 (pa.). See cover

Rome: Nutrimenti, 2010 (as Non Sono Sidney Poitier, trans. Marco Rossari). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2011 (as Pas Sidney Poitier, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut). See cover

Barcelona: Blackie Books, 2013 (as No Soy Sidney Poitier, trans. Jaime Zulaika). See cover

Wiesbaden: Luxbooks, 2014 (as Ich Bin Nicht Sidney Poitier, trans. Karen Witthuhn). See cover

Reviews

Publishers Weekly 256 (27 Apr. 2009): 110.

McFarland, John. Shelf Awareness 12 May 2009. Web.

“Double Negative.” Very Short List 19 May 2009. Web.

Kirkus Reviews 77 (1 June 2009): 574-75.

Heller, Billy. “Required Reading.” New York Post 21 June 2009. Web.

Villalon, Oscar. “Hilarious Strut through Badlands of Race and Class.” National Public Radio 26 June 2009. Web.

Athitakis, Mark. “Two Authors in Search of an Author as a Character.” Mark Athitakis’ American Fiction Notes 28 June 2009. Web.

Messinger, Jonathan. Time Out Chicago 29 June 2009.

Weinberg, Steve. “Outlandish Everett Novel a Worthy Read.” Star Tribune (Minneapolis) 3 July 2009. Web.

Champion, Edward. “Mysteries of ‘Not Sidney.'” Chicago Sun-Times Books 5 July 2009: D7.

Miller, Gregory Leon. “Guess Who’s Coming to Live with Ted Turner?” San Francisco Chronicle Books 5 July 2009: F1-F2.

Campbell, Nate. Pop Damage 8 July 2009.

Pride, Felicia. “The Root‘s Summer Book List.” The Root 8 July 2009. Web.

Buening, Michael. “Not Knot.” PopMatters 23 July 2009. Web.

Hingston, Michael. “I Am Not Sidney Poitier‘s Quest a Whirlwind of Mischief.” Straight.com 30 July 2009. Web.

Elizabeth, Nicolle. “Circle Takes the Square.” The Brooklyn Rail (July/August 2009). Web.

Webb, Gina. “Identity Satire Is Funny Romp.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution Features 2 Aug. 2009: E4.

Ross. Sacramento Book Review 5 Aug. 2009.

Hunt, Laird. Believer (September 2009). Web.

Munning, Kate. Bookslut September 2009. Web.

Howard, Gail Hall. MultiCultural Review 18.3 (Fall 2009): 46.

Toal, Drew. “The Last Book I Loved.” The Rumpus 16 Oct. 2009. Web.

Abramovich, Alex. “Phenomenologically Fucked.” London Review of Books 19 Nov. 2009: 33-34.

Lingan, John. The Quarterly Conversation 7 Dec. 2009. Web.

Briones, Carolyn. Callaloo 33.2 (Spring 2010): 553-55.

Saturday, Richard. RALPH: The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy and the Humanities 202 (Early Summer 2010). Web.

Tripney, Natasha. ReadySteadyBook.com 2 June 2010. Web.

“Spotlight On — I Am Not Sidney Poitier.” booksexyreview.com 23 July 2010. Web.

Lorini, Teo. champ libre n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Mercadante, Gianluca. Pulp Libri (Italy) n.d.: 35. Web. [in Italian]

Gandolfi, Lucia. Buscadero (Gallarate, Italy) n.d.: 28-29. Web. [in Italian]

Gianotti, Tiziano. “Attenti a quel libro.” D — la Repubblica delle Donne (Rome) 11 Sept. 2010. [in Italian]

“Percival Everett ha scritto il suo ‘Il giovane Holden.'” Affaritaliani.it 23 Sept. 2010. [in Italian]

Vasta, Giorgio. “Indovinate chi è davvero Sidney Poitier.” la Repubblica (Rome) 25 Sept. 2010. Web. [in Italian]

Camilli, Flavio. “Essere o non essere … Sidney Poitier?” Fuori le Mura (Rome) 27 Sept. 2010. [in Italian]

Antonelli, Sara. “‘No, non solo Sidney Poitier’: Parabola e parole di un replicante.” l’Unità (Rome) 28 Sept. 2010. [in Italian]

Beretta, Alessandro. “Altri scaffali.” Rolling Stone (Italy) October 2010. [in Italian]

Cervino, Marta. “‘Black’ Comedy.” Marie Claire (Italy) October 2010. [in Italian]

Frascella, Christian. “Per favore non chiedetemi chi viene a cena.” La Stampa (Turin) 16 Oct. 2010. [in Italian]

Rowan, Matt. “He Is Not Sidney Poitier.” UNTOWARD 30 Oct. 2010. Web.

Frati, David. Mangialibri n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Pietrogiacomi, Alex. Mucchio Selvaggio (Rome) January 2011: 158. Web. [in Italian]

Caldiron, Guido. “Alla ricerca dell’anima della Black America.” Liberazione (Rome) 9 Jan. 2011: 8. Web. [in Italian]

Cracco, G[iovanna]. PaginaUno (Italy) 21 (February/March 2011). Web. [in Italian]

Vasquez, Zach. The Creosote Journal 8 Feb. 2011. Web.

Le Blog de la librairie Gwalarn 16 Feb. 2011. Web. [in French]

Kantcheff, Christophe. “‘Pas Sidney Poitier,’ de P. Everett: la liberté de nas pas être Noir.” Politis.fr 17 Feb. 2011. Web. [in French]

Reck, Sarah. SR: Writer, Reader, Dreamer 23 Feb. 2011. Web.

Gagneur, Astrid. “Percival Everett : L’Amérique en noir et blanc.” My Boox 9 Mar. 2011. [in French]

Moser, Marie-Pierre. “Le choix du librarie.” 24 Heures (Lausanne, Switzerland) 12 Mar. 2011. LexisNexis Academic. Web. [in French]

Guibert, Christelle. “Percival Everett, noir, intello et sacré conteur.” Ouest-France.fr 27 Mar. 2011. Web. [in French]

Maury, Pierre “Pauvre jeune homme riche!” Le soir, 8 Apr. 2011: 42. Web. [in French]

Mabanckou, Alain. “Lu et approuvé: Percival Everett et les turbulences américaines.” Jeune Afrique 1 May 2011. [in French]

Les lectures de Ness 12 July 2011. Web. [in French]

Diaz, Alberto. Rock On March 2013. [in Spanish]

Lector Mal-herido Inc. 8 Mar. 2013. Web. [in Spanish]

Sucunza, Isabel. “Las vidas de No Soy.” Barcelonēs 8 Mar. 2013. Web. [in Spanish]

Sanz, Marta. “Ideas para escribir sobre la crisis, aunque escribir sobre la crisis no sea obligatorio.” ElConfidencial.com 17 Mar. 2013. [in Spanish]

Victoria, Elisa. ARDE Mag 20 Mar. 2013. [in Spanish]

Joric. “‘No soy Sidney Poitier’: ¿Ser o no ser?” JNSP 26 Mar. 2013. Web. [in Spanish]

Fernández, Laura. Qué Leer April 2013: 30. Web. [in Spanish]

Virgili, Montse. “Massa negre, mai prou ric.” ara.cat 6 Apr. 2013. Web. [in Spanish]

Ayén, Xavi. “El hombre que no era Sidney Poitier.” LaVanguardia.com 11 Apr. 2013. [in Spanish]

De Tena, Raül. Fantastic Plastic Mag 23 Aug. 2013. Web. [in Spanish]

Núria. Bugs Eat Books 22 Mar. 2014. Web. [in Spanish]

Wyss, Allison. “Reading Like a Writer: I Am Not Sidney Poitier and a Joke That is Not.” The Writers’ Block 17 Mar. 2016. Web.

Swimming Swimmers Swimming. 2011. [poems]

Pasadena, CA: Red Hen, 2011 (pa.). See cover

Mont-Saint-Aignan: Presses universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, 2013 (as Nageant Nageurs Nageant, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut) (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Muyumba, Walton. “Insistence.” Los Angeles Review of Books 23 Jan. 2012. Web.

Assumption. 2011. [novel]

St. Paul, MN: Graywolf, 2011 (pa.). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2012 (as Montée aux enfers, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut). See cover

Rome: Nutrimenti, 2013 (as Sospetto, trans. Paolo Cognetti and Federica Bonfanti). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2014 (as Montée aux enfers, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut) (pa.). See cover

Reviews

Harvkey, Mike. “Literary Fiction: Zombies, Flowers, and Fangs.” Publishers Weekly 27 June 2011: 45.

Rungren, Lawrence. Library Journal 136 (1 Aug. 2011): 83.

Publishers Weekly 258 (5 Sept. 2011): 33.

Weixlmann, Joe. African American Review 44.3 (Fall 2011): 511-12.

Rosner, Hillary. “Tales of Sagebrush and Murder: A Review of Assumption.” High Country News 18 Sept. 2011. Web.

Reynolds, Susan Salter. “New Reviews: October.” Los Angeles Magazine 1 Oct. 2011. Web.

Cheuse, Alan. “‘Assumption.'” National Public Radio, “All Things Considered” 7 Oct. 2011. Web.

Kirkus Reviews 79 (15 Oct. 2011): 1864.

Peters, Joe. Neon Tommy 24 Oct. 2011. Web.

Ketchum, Sally D. New York Journal of Books 25 Oct. 2011. Web.

Sacks, Sam. “A Protean Chronicler of Racial Puzzles.” The Wall Street Journal 29-30 Oct. 2011: C10.

Weinberg, Steve. Star Tribune (Minneapolis) 29 Oct. 2011. Web.

Koch, P. G. “Assumption Assumes Readers Like Multiple Twists.” Houston Chronicle 4 Nov. 2011. Web.

Toal, Drew. Time Out New York 16 Nov. 2011.

Apte, Poornima. MostlyFiction Book Reviews 17 Nov. 2011. Web.

Smith, Ryan Sanford. White Walls/Black Ink 22 Nov. 2011. Web.

Hogan, Ron. “Percival Everett & the Dangers of Assumption.” USA Character Approved Blog 30 Nov. 2011.

Boylan, Roger. “Hostile Territories.” New York Times Book Review 11 Dec. 2011: 32.

Devlin, Paul. San Francisco Chronicle Books 11 Dec. 2011: F5.

Hingston, Michael. “Detective Stories Zip by a Blink-and-You’ll-Miss-It Pace.” Edmonton Journal Sunday Reader (Alberta, Canada) 18 Dec. 2011: B9.

Brewer, Jeff. Critical Mob n.d.

Mills, S. Hope. ForeWord Reviews 15.1 (Winter 2012): 8.

Shavers, Rone. “Assumption and Erasure by Percival Everett.” The Quarterly Conversation 26 (Winter 2012). Web.

“Beware Your Assumptions.” The Longest Chapter 9 Jan. 2012. Web.

Rose, Cassie. “Beware Your Assumptions.” The Longest Chapter 9 Jan. 2012. Web.

Terwillinger, Cam. Fiction Writers Review 13 Jan. 2012. Web.

Muyumba, Walton. “Insistence.” Los Angeles Review of Books n.d. Web.

Lalami, Laila. “Everything Except Me.” The Nation 294 (6 Feb. 2012): 35-37.

Field, Marion. “Field Notes: Percival Everett.” Oxford American 4 Sept. 2012.

Champenois, Sabrina. Libération 21 Nov. 2012. Web. [in French]

Lajon, Karen. La vie en noir 30 Nov. 2012. [in French]

Daguerre, Bernard. “L’actualité du roman noir: Percival Everett, Montée aux enfers.” Aqui! 9 Dec. 2012. Web. [in French]

de Pierpont, Jacques. RTBF.be 9 Dec. 2012. Web. [in French]

Flamerion, Thomas. My Boox 13 Dec. 2012. [in French]

Giroud, Franck. “Le conseil de Percival Everett: ‘Méfiez vous des apparences.'” Culturebox 19 Dec. 2012. Web. [in French]

Journal de François 21 Dec. 2012. Web. [in French]

Neufville, Virginie. La Cause Littéraire 5 Jan. 2013. Web. [in French]

Blog du serial lecteur 23 Jan. 2013. Web. [in French]

Pietrogiacomi, Alex. Mucchio February 2013: 108. Web. [in Italian]

Manera, Livia. “Il cowboy che cambia il giallo.” Corriere della Sera 3 Mar. 2013: 35. Web. [in Italian]

Crovi, Luca. “Pistole, sabbia e malinconia l’indagine diventa western.” il Giornale 6 Mar. 2013: 31. Web. [in Italian]

Oregna, Mirta. “Esce Sospetto, il nuovo splazzante romanzo di Percival Everett.” l’Uomo Vogue 19 Mar. 2013. Web. [in Italian]

Gamberini, Sara. Interno 2 23 Mar. 2013. Web. [in Italian]

Ganotti, Tiziano. “Tra il western e il noir.” D — La Repubblica della Donne 30 Mar. 2013: 104. Web. [in Italian]

Pent, Sergio. “Everett e l’elegia del noir americano.” l’Unità 5 Apr. 2013: 23. Web. [in Italian]

d’Esposito, Fabrizio. “Un vicesceriffo nero, messia nel deserto.” il Fatto Quotidiano 8 Apr. 2013: 21. Web. [in Italian]

De Cataldo, Giancarlo. “Il lato oscuro del sogno americano.” la Repubblica 8 Apr. 2013: 50. Web. [in Italian]

Briasco, Luca. “New Mexico in stile brutale.” il Manifesto Alias 14 Apr. 2013. Web. [in Italian]

Dumais, Éric. “Drogue, prostitution et meurtres dans le désert du Nouveau-Mexique.” La bible urbaine 16 Apr. 2013. Web. [in French]

Blow Up (Italy) May 2013: 130. Web. [in Italian]

Mercadante, Gianluca. Pulp (Italy) June 2013. Web. [in Italian]

Perego, Marta. Book Detector (Italy) n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Le Nocher, Claude. ABC POLAR 17 Mar. 2014. Web. [in French]

Percival Everett by Virgil Russell. 2013. [novel]

Minneapolis: Graywolf, 2013. See cover

Rome: Nutrimenti, 2014 (as Percival Everett di Virgil Russell, trans. L. Sacchini). See cover

Paris: Actes Sud, 2014 (as Percival Everett pas Virgil Russell, trans. Anne-Laure Tissut). See cover

Reviews

Publishers Weekly 259 (12 Nov. 2012): 39. Web.

Kirkus Reviews 80 (15 Nov. 2012): 83.

Levine, Mark. Booklist 109 (1 Dec. 2012): 25.

Hogan, Ron. Shelf Awareness 29 Jan. 2013. Web.

Leiding, Reba. Library Journal 138 (1 Feb. 2013): 60-61.

Adelberg, Michael. New York Journal of Books 5 Feb. 2013. Web.

Morgan, Miranda. “The Story Is All That We Are: Percival Everett’s ‘Percival Everett by Virgil Russell.'” zyzzyva.org 5 Feb. 2013. Web.

Reynolds, Susan Salter. “Quick Take: Percival Everett by Virgil Russell by Percival Everett.” Los Angeles Magazine 5 Feb. 2013. Web.

Toal, Drew. Time Out New York 6 Feb. 2013. Web.

Millet, Lydia. “Meet Percival Everett and ‘Percival Everett.'” Los Angeles Times 8 Feb. 2013. Web.

Balk, Alex. “The Title For The New Book By Percival Everett Will Not Be Very Hard To Remember.” The Awl 11 Feb. 2013. Web.

Cheuse, Alan. “Lost in Everett’s Hall of Metafictional Mirrors.” npr.org 13 Feb. 2013. Web.

Reynolds, Mark. “Toys with Voice and Identity, and Bonds between Father and Son.” PopMatters 27 Feb. 2013. Web.

Sterritt, Brooks. “Writers Writing Writers?” Paste: Signs on Life in Music, Film & Culture 27 Feb. 2013. Web.

Beauvais, Maggie. KGB Bar Lit Magazine n.d. Web.

Athitakis, Mark. “Books.” Washington Post 14 Mar. 2013. Web.

Fullmer, Jonathan. “Books.” Time Out Chicago 14 Mar. 2013.

Sacks, Sam. “Pin the Tail on the Narrator.” The Wall Street Journal 22 Mar. 2013. Web.

Machado, Trena. NewPages.com 1 Apr. 2013 Web.

Green, Daniel. Full Stop 8 Apr. 2013. Web.

Cheuk, Leland. The Rumpus 11 Apr. 2013. Web.

Beason, Tyrone. “‘Percival Everett’: A Rich but Muddled Story.” The Seattle Times 28 Apr. 2013. Web.

Coxon, Dan. Monkeybicycle n.d. Web.

Vasquez, Zach. “Percival Everett by Percival Everett.” The Creosote Journal 18 June 2013. Web.

Giartosio, Tommaso. “Tra un padre e un figlio, metaromanzo co trama apologetic del linguaggio.” Il Manifesto Alias 28 Sept. 2014: 7. Web. [in Italian]

Fischetti, Erminio. “‘Percival Everett di Virgil Russell’: A Masterpiece!” Doculife 29 Sept. 2014. Web. [in Italian]

Rossari, Marco. “Percival Everett e gli scrittori che se ne fregano.” Revista Studio 29 Sept. 2014. Web. [in Italian]

Bodi, Gianluigi. Senzaudio 1 Oct. 2014. [in Italian]

Brugnettini, Eva. Finzioni 28 Oct. 2014. Web. [in Italian]

Weixlmann, Joe. Callaloo 37.5 (Fall 2014): 1272-76.

Melissi, Paolo. Satisfaction (Italy) n.d. Web. [in Italian]

Landel, Vincent. “Vous consultez Fontaine de non-sens.” Magazine littéraire Dec. 2014: 42. [in French]

Guégan, Gérard. “Le sarment tient du cep.” Sud ouest 14 Dec. 2014. Lexis Nexis. Web. [in French]

Perreau, Yann. Art-Press 420 (March 2015): 83. [in French]

Half an Inch of Water. 2015. [stories]

Minneapolis: Graywolf, 2015. See cover

Rome: Nutrimenti, 2016 (as In un palmo d’acqua, trans. Letizia Sacchini). See cover

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews 15 July 2015. Web.

Publishers Weekly (20 July 2015): 162.

Donovan, Deborah. Booklist 111 (Aug. 2015): 28.

Carroll, Tobias. “‘Half an Inch of Water,’ by Percival Everett: Stories that are Surreal and Miraculous.” Minneapolis Star Tribune 9 Sept. 2015. Web.

Ronan, Kelsey. “Stoic Westerners Struggle through Everett’s Powerful Short Stories.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch 13 Sept. 2015: F10. Web.

Balk, Alex. “If You’re Still Reading Fiction, Read Percival Everett.” The Awl 14 Sept. 2015. Web.

Kehoe, Ted. “‘Half an Inch of Water’: Nine Stories That Peer Memorably into Eternity.” The Arts Fuse 14 Sept. 2015. Web.

Muyumba, Walton. “Natural Forces.” Chicago Tribune Printers Row Journal 20 Sept. 2015: 5.

Mancusi, Nicholas. “Story Collections.” New York Times Book Review 4 Oct. 2015: 30.

Berlatsky, Noah. The Rumpus 6 Oct. 2015. Web.

Lang, Susan. “Collection of Unpredictable Short Stories Is a Pleasure to Read.” Kudos Arts & Entertainment 6 Oct. 2015.

Schahfer, Chris. Chicago Center for Literature & Photography 22 Oct. 2015. Web.

Watkins, Steve. Washington Independent Review of Books 22 Oct. 2015. Web.

Carlson, Anders. “‘Half an Inch of Water’ Short Stories Are Refreshingly Direct, Honest.” Kansas City Star 24 Oct. 2015. Web.

Taylor, Justin. “Lucid Dreaming: Two Ways of Looking at Percival Everett.” Harper’s Magazine (November 2015): 82-89.

Williams, Jordan. American Microreviews & Interviews n.d. Web.

Parker, Scott. “The Bozeman Reader: As If There Were Another Reason for Afternoons.” Get Out! 6 Nov. 2015. Web.

Kumar, Proyanka. Pasatiempo 13 Nov. 2015. Web.

Cha, Steph. “Immerse Yourself in Percival Everett’s ‘Half an Inch of Water’ and Joanna Walsh’s ‘Vertigo.'” Los Angeles Times 19 Nov. 2015. Web.

Czyzniejewski, Michael. “ ‘Looking for Billy White Feather’ by Percival Everett.” Story 366 30 Jan. 2016. Web.

Marable, Christina. “The American West Rediscovered in Percival Everett’s Half an Inch of Water.” Mace and Crown (Old Dominion U) 25 Feb. 2016. Web.

Houston, Pam. Orion 35.2 (March-April 2016): 58.

Sandstrom, Eric. Summit Daily 18 May 2016. Web.

Ottaviani, Gabriele. Convenzionali 19 July 2016. Web. [in Italian]

D’Amico, Masolino. “Il respiro del West tra serpenti a sonagli e indiani taciturni.” la Stampa ttL 23 July 2016. Web. [in Italian]

Rossari, Marco. “In un palmo d’acqua, in un palmo d’aria.” marcorossari.com 24 July 2016. [in Italian]

Nirenstein, Susanna. “Percival Everett il fascino eccentrico del cowboy nero.” la Repubblica 31 July 2016. Web. [in Italian]

Penteriani, Sabrina. “Storie d’acqua tra poesia e omicidi estivi.” l’Eco di Bergamo 31 July 2016: 48. Web. [in Italian]

Amè, Francesca. “Everett e i racconti della nuova frontiera.” il Cittadino 4 Aug. 2016: 32. Web. [in Italian]

Balée, Susan. “Watery Narratives.” Hudson Review 69.2 (2016): 345-51.

Trout’s Lie. 2015. [poems]

Pasadena: Red Hen, 2015. See cover

 

So Much Blue. 2017. [novel] See cover.
Minneapolis: Graywolf, 2017.

Reviews

Brown, Robert E. Library Journal 142 (15 Feb. 2017): 75.

Kirkus Reviews 85 (1 Apr. 2017): 310.

Publishers Weekly 264 (10 Apr. 2017): 49.

Bush, Vanessa. Booklist 113 (1 May 2017): 59.

Smallwood, Christine. “New Books.” Harper’s Magazine 334 (June 2017): 85-87.

 

 

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