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The novel


Blake Butler, “Rose Alley by Jeremy M. Davies,” Bookslut (May 2009)

Blake Butler, “Jeremy M. Davies’s Rose Alley,” HTMLGIANT (1 Jun 2009)

Dan Visel, “Jeremy M. Davies’s Rose Alley,” With Hidden Noise (27 May 2010)

Gabriel Blackwell, “Rose Alley by Jeremy M. Davies,” The Collagist (14 Nov 2010)

Isola di Rifiuti, “Jeremy M. Davies’s Rose Alley,” Isola di Rifiuti (7 Jun 2010)

John Eklund, “Rose Alley,” The Front Table: The Web Magazine of the Seminary Co-op Bookstores (18 May 2009)

John Madera, “Rose Alley,” Brooklyn Rail (Feb 2011)

Joseph Dewey, “Rose Alley, by Jeremy M. Davies,” Review of Contemporary Fiction (Summer 2009)

Lauren Elkin, “Trouble on the Set,” The Second Pass (23 Nov 2009)

Mallory Gevaert, “Rose Alley,” Green Lantern Daily (17 Nov 2011)

Shira Richman, “It’s Not Too Sweet When It’s ‘Mosquito-Bite-Pink’” (Davies 79), bark (23 March 2010)

Susana Medina, “a rose by any other name,” 3:AM Magazine (13 Sep 2012)

Vincent Czyz, “Rose Alley,” Rain Taxi (Fall 2009)

Mentions / Lists:

A D Jameson, “My Four Favorite New Books of 2009: #4: Jeremy M. Davies’s Rose Alley,” Big Other (19 Dec 2009)

Dennis Cooper, “A Year in Reading,” The Millions (12 Dec 2011)

Dennis Cooper, “3 books I read recently and loved,” DC’s (22 Aug 2011)

Joshua Cohen / Justin Taylor, “A Million Little Top 3′s: The 2009 List of Lists,” HTMLGIANT (2009)


Lily Hoang, “Interview with Jeremy M. Davies,” HTMLGIANT (28 Dec 2009)

Michelle Pretorius, “An Interview with Jeremy M. Davies,” Word Riot (15 Feb 2012)


A D Jameson, “A Dozen Dominants, part 2 (aka, ‘You used to know what these words mean’),” HTMLGIANT (29 Oct 2011)

A D Jameson, “Cobblestones Turn Me On: Artistic Inheritance and Renewal in Jeremy M. Davies’s Rose Alley,” Golden Handcuffs (Summer-Fall 2010)

A D Jameson, “Great First Lines: Rose Alley by Jeremy M. Davies,” HTMLGIANT (11 Oct 2012)

A D Jameson, “Seventeen Ways of Criticizing Inception (AKA, All Knowledge Isn’t Equal),” Big Other (14 Nov 2010)

A D Jameson, “Tiny Shocks: Uncovering the Reductive Plot of James Wood’s How Fiction Works,” Big Other (31 Jan 2010)

Steven Moore, The Novel, An Alternative History: Beginnings to 1600, Continuum (2010) (p. 580n65)


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