Adam Wilson says
"Juliet Escoria is like a gutter-punk Grace Paley."
And Benjamin Samuel, co-editor of Electric Literature, says
"Reading the stories in Black Cloud is like getting punched in the throat; Juliet Escoria leaves you speechless. Her honesty teaches us that beauty can be found in violence, truth in pain, and life where we've always been afraid to look."
Monologue: travel, American Airlines, family, fatigue, weddings.