Reviews and Interview with Lily Hoang

Caleb Tankersley reviews Lily Hoang’s The Evolutionary Revolution in New Pages, dubbing it “a history unto itself,” before going on to affirm:

This is one of The Evolutionary Revolution’s greatest strengths: the rich yet subtle characterizations and interactions twist in ways exotic and unexpected. I simply could not put the book down, beginning to form a very strong bond with these characters and the fate of their world(s).

Read the entirety of the review here.


Jacquelyn Davis wrote another review of Hoang’s work in Bookslut:

There are so many possibilities in The Evolutionary Revolution — choices that provide the reader with adventurous scenarios, concocting piece by piece a sense of renewal and strength upon finishing the text. Hoang brands complex, coiled fable into memory with ease.

Read the review in Bookslut here.


Hey Small Press! interviewed Hoang:

Yes, I believe novelists/writers should adhere to an ethics, but I don’t believe many of them actually do. As writers, we occupy a position of privilege. My books have a politic to them, a conscious politic. I’m not so sure other writers are conscious of their politic, even though by writing and publishing, they (often unwittingly) manifest them.

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