by Tristan Egolf, a review from Esquire by Anna Godbersen.
"Egolf (who committed suicide last year) does a hilarious job with the small town landscape, the 'honky tundra,' with its housing developments, Sprawl Marts, and faux-Amish tourist traps. He writes in manic, pungent sentences; his wolf's odor, for instance, is a 'haze of limburger, garbage and rotting entrails.' Kornwolf, with its full cast of characters and caricatures, its wonderfully overwrought plot, and its sardonic exuberance (if such a thing were possible), has all the makings of a cult favorite. It is, in a word, awesome." Read the entire Esquire review.