[Percy’s] proper literary predecessor is “Let Us Now Praise Famous Men,” James Agee’s “inquiry into certain normal predicaments of human divinity.” Agee redefined perceptions of poverty in America and the limits of liberalism, of new deals...Agee placed himself inside his story, too. He forced readers to ask, Whom are we leaving behind?
— Lea Carpenter, author of Eleven Days

Guernica Magazine, We Kill Ourselves Because We Are Haunted 

Harper's, Voice in the Night, November 2013

New York Times Sunday Book Review by Lea Carpenter, author of Eleven Days

New York Times Book Review EDITORS' CHOICE

O Magazine, The Oprah Magazine, BOOK CLUB, 14 Books to Pick up this Month  

The Daily Beast, Brian Van Reet, Iraq veteran

Vela Magazine by Lauren Quinn

The Oregonian by Becky Ohlsen 

Publisher's Weekly Book of the Week

BuzzFeed Long Reads

San Francisco Gate First sentences

Washington Times 

Quivering Pen, David Abrams, author of FOBBIT, 

Six Questions Harper's Magazine with Elizabeth Sherman

L.A. Times with Elizabeth Donnelly

Vogue Magazine with Thessaly LaForce

The Atlantic Monthly BY HEART column "Why Stories Not Science Explain the World"

Huffington Post with Ru Freeman

Barnes & Noble Guest Post Blog "Second Language"

Barnes & Noble Interview with Benjamin Percy 

Bookforum with Meehan Crist