- The Gypsy Moth Summer in Poets & Writers “Page One”: Where New & Noteworthy Books Begin.
- The Chicago Tribune says “The Gypsy Moth Summer” echoes ‘The Great Gatsby'”
- The Gypsy Moth Summer gets a second printing!
- A rave review in The Globe and Mail
- A starred review from Booklist for The Gypsy Moth Summer
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A wonderful review for Cutting Teeth in The New Yorker: Cutting Teeth, by Julia Fierro (St. Martin’s). Five pairs of variously overmedicated and undersatisfied Brooklyn parents head to a Long Island beach house for Labor Day weekend with their cranky, drooling, … Continue reading
CUTTING TEETH is Oprah.com’s Book of the Week and receives a wonderful review!“As the weekend progresses, the things kept hidden at home—illicit flirtations, parental frustrations and fizzling marriages—come to the surface in explosive ways. Even if you aren’t a parent, … Continue reading
The BOSTON GLOBE calls Cutting Teeth “a fresh perspective on the journey of parenting that is at once modern and timeless.”
A wonderful review of Cutting Teeth in The Boston Globe.“Cutting Teeth sings with beautiful sentences, masterfully crafted scenes, and a deeply imagined inner life for each of her characters…There are no easy solutions or formulas for happiness here, just the reality that … Continue reading
“Sharing the realism of an Anne Tyler novel, Cutting Teeth showcases the dark sides of people living in a bubble of compliance—if you add black skinny jeans and homemade hummus….Fierro’s characters are intensely real, thoroughly developed. They come to life on … Continue reading
NY Post’s 29 Best Books of Summer includes Cutting Teeth!
Cutting Teeth in Vanity Fair’s HOT TYPE! Elissa Schappell recommends Cutting Teeth in her Vanity Fair Hot Type column: “Julia Fierro takes a playful bit out of parenting.”
Thank you to everyone who made the May 13th Cutting Teeth launch party Bookcourt so incredible, so perfect.
Meganne Fabrega includes Cutting Teeth for her “Summer Reads” list in the Star Tribune.
“With the confidence of a more established writer, Fierro dips in and out of her characters’ points of view, revealing, even sometimes reveling in, the lusts, frustrations, and fears squirming beneath their piously progressive exteriors. Parenthood, Fierro posits, is the … Continue reading
Thank you to Michele Filgate for including Cutting Teeth on Salon‘s Memorial Day reading list.