Nothing to See Here (2019, Ecco/HarperCollins), the latest novel by Kevin Wilson, BA’00, explores female friendship, along with the question of how to raise spontaneously combustible twins. In its review, Kirkus says, “One of his greatest strengths is the ability to craft an everyday family drama and inject it with one odd element that turns the story on its head. He’s done it again here, writing once more about family but with some most unusual children and a particularly charming narrator.” Wilson was recently interviewed for NPR’s Fresh Air and Southbound. The book was picked as the November selection for the Read with Jenna book club on NBC’s Today, for which he was interviewed by Jenna Bush and Hoda Kotb. And The New York Times review began with, “Good Lord, I can’t believe how good this book is.” What else is there to say?
See more recent books by alumni and faculty at Recent Books, Winter 2020.