The New York Times
has posted a review with praise for a recently released short story collection,
“Damage Control,” from Amber Dermont, Charles Loridans Associate Professor of
English at Agnes Scott College.
“Dermont, whose first
novel, “The Starboard Sea,” was published last year, is a deft writer, bullish
on her characters, assertive in her descriptions of these specific worlds,”
write the New York Times reviewer.
Dermont was also recently quoted in a New York Times article in February about a surge in popularity for
You can read The New
York Times’ review of “Damage Control” here.
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