The Millions review of HARBORS October 19, 2016 in News Celeste Doaks has an excellent review of Harbors up at The Millions. Here is a sample of it. Mastering narrative like other transnational writers such as Díaz and Jhumpa Lahiri, Quist captures coming-of-age dilemmas and family dramas with finesse. Yes, there are countless other essays, short stories, and poems out there currently examining the borderlands of human existence and racial identity. But readers should flock to Quist because he illustrates that being a decent human being isn’t simple or easy. Quist articulates not only his geographical, ethnic, and class complexities well, but explores the grey spaces in between with delicacy and verve. — Celeste Doaks, If you have not yet picked up a copy of Harbors, it is currently designated as a Handpicked at SPD Books, which qualifies it for 20% off. It can also be ordered from Amazon, here, or via your local independent bookstore.