Early Reviews on Green Card & Other Essays
“Áine Greaney’s deeply interior vignettes also look outward, asking us to rethink something at the heart of the American experience, the psychic and societal consequences of being an American–in-process in a nation that is itself in process.”
James Silas Rogers, author, Irish-American Autobiography and editor, New Hibernia Review
“Aine Greaney’s deft, subtle, and deceptively quiet essays lead from the every day incident to the heart-breaking but never sentimental examination of the nexus of identity and ‘home.’ ”
Sandra Hunter, Author, Trip Wires
“Perhaps the book’s greatest strength is Greaney’s voice itself: heartfelt, honest and intimate; the essays read like a conversation with an old friend.”
"Green Card & Other Essays by Áine Greaney is a must read — we need more of these voices to educate us about immigrant experiences to dissipate our false perceptions."
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