“Generously unsentimental, spiritually probing and filled with piercing intimacies–DeWitt Henry.” Founding Editor of Ploughshares, author of Sweet Marjoram: Notes and Essays
“Queen for a Day crackles with insight, energy, and New York City wit. Maxine Rosaler’s novel in stories revolves around an odd sorority of mothers brought together–and sometimes apart–by their autistic children. ” Eliza Factor, author of Strange Beauty.
“In ‘Queen for a Day,’ [Rosaler] has been able to tell a story that, although woven with unbearable frustrations and fears, ultimately reveals lives that grow in love, acceptance and gratitude. It is a story that each of us needs to read.” Karen Lehrman Bloch, LA Jewish Journal