Authors Talks: Michelle RossSuperstition Review

FLM Author Interview: Sparks Fly with Michelle Ross — John Haggerty, The Forge

Book Review: Science is Sexy in There’s So Much They Haven’t Told You — Siel Ju, The Rumpus

“Who are we, if we mostly don’t exist? Ross presents a more kaleidoscopic vision of our short, mostly mundane lives, forcing us to wonder just how much more they haven’t told us, how many more ways of seeing we have yet to discover.”

If My Book: There’s So Much They Haven’t Told YouMonkeybicycle

Book Review: There’s So Much They Haven’t Told You — Dana Diehl, Heavy Feather Review

“This collection feels like a science textbook that’s been handed down from student to student, scribbled with notes, hearts and dragons penned over topographical maps—transformed into an art object that contains both science and myth. Ross’s stories are smart, heartfelt, and surprising.”

There’s So Much (More) — Melissa Goodrich’s What I’m Reading

“This book makes me less lonely.  This book breaks into homes and bodies full of dysfunction, and looks each character in the eye.  Maybe what’s most moving about Michelle’s stories is they are honest.  They don’t flinch.”

There’s So Much They Haven’t Told You — Melissa Goodrich’s What I’m Reading

“Michelle Ross has given me a lot to think about regarding endings.  Her stories are strong and lyric and potent – and the endings always feel sharp and jarring. I keep turning the page expecting more paragraphs because they END and they do not announce their ending. I am the bird sailing straight into glass. I am the coyote the moment he steps off the cliff, before he sees the abyss beneath him. I feel like I’m standing on the earth, then realize I’m not.”

Fiction That Multitasks: An Interview with Michelle Ross — Chuck Aguello, Cease, Cows

Book Review: There’s So Much They Haven’t Told You — Nick Kocz, The Collagist

“Ross excels on many levels. Her lyrical, image-rich prose consistently startles. She has penned some serious, brave, thoughtful, and, at times, very emotional stories that steer clear of sentimentality.”

Learning to Re-See: An Interview with Michelle Ross — Eleanor Gallagher, Fiction Writers Review

Book Review: “There’s So Much They Haven’t Told You” — Daniel Strawhun, The Current, the student newspaper at the University of Missouri-St. Louis

“… the book is doubtless an overall success.”

Q&A with Michelle Ross, Book Q&As with Deborah Kalb.

Flash Fiction Sunday Edition – Issue 41 — 101 Words

Of “Three Ways to Eat Quince,” published in Word Riot: “Vivid, disconcerting tale of alienation and the desire for connection. Brilliant use of metaphor.”

Weekend Reads — Benito Vergara, The Wily Filipino

Of “Like Pulling Teeth,” published in Necessary Fiction: “One of the best stories I’ve read in a while.”

Smoke and Mirrors: An Interview with Michelle RossSmokeLong Quarterly.