There are also tales so wonderful and strange that, although not directly saint-like, are sacred texts. "Skywriting with King Tut Down at Little Egypt" details the last rites of an open-air flea market at the Little Egypt Drive-In parking lot through a child's eyes, where cheap kitsch and quirky vendors create their own kind of holy land.
That's one of the nicest things anyone's ever said about my writing. Thanks, Jen Michalski.
Read the entire review here. It is in the spring 2008 edition of jmww.