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Monday, December 15, 2008
P.F. Kluge's GONE TOMORROW is Named one of the Best Books of 2008 by Cleveland Plain-Dealer
Karen Long, Book Editor of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer and member of the National Book Critics Circle, has selected her choices for the Best Books of 2008. Included on the list is Gone Tomorrow, by P.F. Kluge: "Anyone who has ever set foot in Gambier will instantly recognize "a small college on a hill in central Ohio" as Kenyon College, where the author teaches creative writing and sets his beguiling story. It tells of English professor George Canaris, once a wunderkind who bogs down in a 'college ate my masterpiece' syndrome. The novel unspools into a wry, wise and literary pleasure."