Christy Crutchfield Coyote Press Roundup

by | Aug 4, 2014 | Press and Reviews


Christy Crutchfield’s novel, How to Catch a Coyote came out last week. Here’s a roundup of some of the notices so far.

(You can order the book here. And Christy is on a southern tour now, which you can learn about here.)

Review at American Microreviews

Seemingly harmless on the surface, the novel digs deep, illustrating Crutchfield’s aptitude for exposing the dark and once there, showing the light that exists within it.”

Excerpt at Fanzine

Interview at Vol. 1 Brooklyn

” … nifty time shifts and perspectives that create a great read.”

Excerpt at Good Men Project

‘In “How It’s Supposed to Work,” Christy Crutchfield presents the struggle of a young man striving to be a “good boyfriend” while in the midst of the carnal desires that naturally assault when boys, young men, are faced with girls wearing summer skin, painted with freckles.’

Interview at Vouched

“The book, like Christy, is fucking fierce.”

Essay at Necessary Fiction

“… many of the characters in this novel are monsters or at least act like monsters …”

Playlist at Largehearted Boy

Review at HTMLGiant

” … a really good book to talk about with college students, and I think it would be a really good book club book, too.”

Christy writes about food at The Next Best Book Blog