P.F. Kluge's new novel Gone Tomorrow is reviewed in the October 1 issue of Booklist: "Without pretense, Gone Tomorrow offfers an insider's view of the politics of academia and all it entails. Kluge buoys the novel through to the end with intimate details about personal and professional failure, set against success in small doses, and he anchors the tale in a vivid rendering of the passage of time." Kirkus Reviews notes: "Kluge offers a fictional, expansive and discursive take on a teacher's writing life at a small, unnamed college in Ohio. His sharp writing and vivid descriptions elevate what could have been another novel about a frustrated writer's second act."
Gone Tomorrow, along with a new paperback edition of Kluge's classic 1980 novel Eddie and the Cruisers will be available in bookstores in November.