Sunday, March 6, 2011

The Coverage of Mat Johnson's Pym

On March 1, Mat Johnson's novel Pym was published by Spiegel & Grau. The novel's been receiving positive reviews.

On March 2, The Takeaway ran an interview with Johnson about his novel, NPR also produced a piece about Pym.

Also on March 2, the ABC News site published a short review by Jennifer Kay. The Kay review also appeared in The Salt Lake Tribune on March 4.

On March 5, the Kay review appeared in the Detroit Free Press, and in the Wall Street Journal, Sam Sacks' piece "Icy State of Affairs" discussed David Vann's Caribou Island and Johnson's Pym.

On March 6, The Boston Globe published a review of the novel by Ethan Gilsdorf, and The New York Times Book Review published a review of the book by Adam Mansbach. The Houston Chronicle also published a review by Maggie Galehouse. Laura Miller, who is really pleased by the humor of Pym, has a review of the novel in Salon

On March 7, The publication Graphic Novels & Manga ran an interview with Johnson about Pym.

On March 9, The Washington Post published a review of Johnson's book by Michael Dirda.

On March 10, the A.V. Club published a review of Pym by Rowan Kaiser.

On March 27, the American-Statesman published a review by Joe O'Connell.

Some earlier pieces

On January 5, Glennis Byron posted a short review and mentions some books that correspond to Johnson's Pym as well.

The Houston Chronicle's Creative Pride ran an interview with Johnson about the Pym on January 10.

Time Out Chicago ran a short review by Jonathan Messinger on February 23. 

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