Recently, Stephanie Glazier, writing for Lambda Literary, reviewed Amy Schutzer's new novel Spheres of Disturbance, singing its praises:
"I had a big reaction to this novel. I finished it in the house of a friend and wept openly in front of her basset hound at my feet— for the beauty of it, for the questions it raised in me: when I come to the end of my life, what will I relish, what will I regret, who will care for me? To have children or not to have children? This story disturbs our ideas about the end of our lives, about how death goes—it invites us to ask ourselves what we want, for our lives and our deaths."
Read the full review here.