Last week on Salon.com, writers gave their opinions on their favorite books of 2011. Among those chosen was Bohemian Girl by Terese Svoboda.
Lydia Millet, author of Ghost Lights, chose Bohemian Girl as her favorite and said, “Terese Svoboda writes some of the loveliest prose in America but has been startlingly overlooked by literary critics and readers.”
Millet also called Bohemian Girl her favorite Svoboda book so far saying, “…its language is both modern and passably archaic — translucent, elevated but not pretentious, and often sly.”
Read the rest of the authors’ favorites here.