Publishers Weekly Review of Stony Kill

Publishers Weekly Review of Stony Kill

“In Small’s sprawling, evocative debut, Joss Ellen Ryckman stops running from her past and, after the death of her mother, returns to her childhood farm in upstate New York. . . Small’s expansive prose spares no expense on powerful and descriptive details. . .”

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