Publisher's Weekly: Best Books 2017: Fiction

Nice to see ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE on Publishers Weekly's Best Books 2017: Fiction list.

In this excellent, emotionally wrenching novel in stories, the residents of Amgash, Ill., and the surrounding communities, who were offstage characters in My Name Is Lucy Barton, are given voice.
"Best Books 2017: Fiction"
Publisher's Weekly, November 1, 2017

How do we become aware of class in America?

Always, I have wondered: What does it feel like to be another person? This question is the furnace behind my work. But when you write about people, you are writing about class. Time and place in history determine a great deal, and if you consider place to be a place in society, then that shapes a life, as well.
— Elizabeth Strout, "How do we become aware of class in America?"
How do we become aware of class in America?
Elizabeth Strout, Washington Post, August 28, 2017