Heidi Julavits has received the first major review for her diary/essay collection and it’s a rave.
“The Folded Clock offers all the thrill of that trespass, in a work so artful that it appears to be without artifice,” Eula Bliss writes in the New York Times Book Review. “This diary is a record of the interior weather of an adept thinker. In it, the mundane is rendered extraordinary through the alchemy of effortless prose. It is a work in which a self is both lost and found, but above all made.”