Sam Lipsyte and his novel, Home Land, have been racking up some well-deserved accolades in the book blogosphere lately. Here’s a sampling:
Most of the mainstream press coverage has been positive, too. See, e.g., Daniel Asa Rose’s review, out in today’s New York magazine.
And one of my favorite critics, Chris Lehmann, gave Lipsyte a shout-out when I interviewed him last fall, noting that Home Land “was rejected by 24 American publishers and is coming out in January as a paperback after being published by Flamingo in England.”