In But When We Look Closer, Susan E Lloy establishes a literary version of film noir.
— Rebecca Morris, Montreal Review of Books
 
I find that the short form is challenging. It doesn’t allow for fluff or filler. It is especially relevant in this hurried time we live. A small, but efficient escape in a world overloaded with information.
— All Lit Up
These stories, some no longer than a page, often have snap, but always credible endings.
— Bryan R. Monte, Amsterdam Quarterly