praise - the edge of maybe



"Lutz's delightful family drama skewers all that we enlightened Bay Area folk hold dear, from organic food and green tea to yoga and husbands who cook risotto."
— Regan McMahon – SF Chronicle Sunday Books

"Ericka Lutz, in this debut novel, captures the nexus of one of the most diverse places in the U.S. with viscerally mesmerizing characters and a realistic optimism for the future."
— Evan Karp - Litseen

"The Edge of Maybe speaks to those spaces in-between, both geographically and spiritually, that we mostly don’t think exist in the certainty of youth."
— Chris Lombardi - Women's Voices for Change

Author Interviews and Profiles

Ericka Lutz: "One of my big mottos has been: 'Circumvent the gatekeepers.'"
— Interview by Elizabeth Bernstein - Meghan Ward's Writerland

Ericka Lutz: "This time, I wanted to write a book where the places were real, where I could figure out how long it took to drive from one place to another simply by getting in the car and clocking it."
— Interview by Sara D'Emic – Last Light Studio

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The Edge of Maybe is published by Last Light Studio. Order now, and get a signed, personally inscribed copy.
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