"Margo Berdeshevsky’s work straddles the line between fiction and poetry. Her characters grieve, dream, punish themselves, and try to find harmony between who they are and who they might still be"
"...to read Beautiful Soon Enough is to take part in the always-compelling conversation about the nature of fiction, what it can do, what it needs to do better, why it should bother, and what we readers can bring to it ourselves."
"...a wizard with written image"
"...a wonderful knack for weaving the senses together for optimum visceral
"...she seems as comfortable wringing a few new drops from Shakespeare as she
does relaying the scent of 'homeless piss'"
"...a layered,loaded landscape"
"...a world where all sense is hypersense, where emotion doesn't just glow, it
crackles like lightening"
"When poets write fiction...
...Even if you could please everyone, if you were an artist with as many gifts as Berdeshevsky, why would you want to?"