Writing about my book Roadrunner in the October 2010 issue of India Currents, Rajesh Oza mentions me in the same sentence as William Least Heat-Moon (and says it "is not a stretch"). Our respective books about travelling in the US, he says, "shine the further they move away from the headlines, dining at out-of-the-way cafes rather than fast food chains, and meeting ordinary Americans rather than the rich and famous." Oza says I "tease the reader with a magnificently rendered exposition of race in America during the time of Obama."
He says other stuff too, some of it critical, and you can read it all here: On the Road Again, and Again, and Again.
And you can leave your comments here. You must. Again, and again, and again.