Dennis Must’s MACLEISH SQ. reviewed in Foreword Reviews!

“The novel’s surreal atmosphere is grounded by mundane details, as of the hot tea that John offers Eli upon his arrival, and the rabbit’s foot charm dangling from the rearview mirror of a ghostly vehicle. It includes a vibrant, spectral portrait of New England, with icy winters, bowls of chowder, and visions of ‘holy men’ wearing ‘whale-bone amulets.’

“Within a flow of keen recollections and displaced spirits, MacLeish Sq. is the story of a man approaching the ‘final trimester’ of his being.'”

— Meg Nola, Foreword Reviews