"It may be hard for some to accept that the same writer who recently snuck into the American canon as a visionary and paranoid pop surrealist also penned a half dozen or more proletarian-realist novels set in the California of the '50's and early '60's, the best of which occupy a region demarcated by Richard Yates on one side and Charles Willeford on another. But accept it."
--Jonathan Lethem, author of The Fortress of Solitude
"He reworks the territory of soured domesticity (à la Richard Yates and John Updike) in a working-class milieu anticipating Raymond Carver. Decades later, his oeuvre (like Philip Roth's) is lovingly enshrined in our national pantheon." -LA Times on Voices from the Street
"Philip K. Dick was science fiction's prolific mind-blower." Entertainment Weekly
"Remarkable. . .echoes of Dick's contemporaries such as Ralph Ellison, Richard Yates, Rod Serling, Raymond Chandler and early Kurt Vonnegut Jr. resonate, and a bonus exists in Dick's impeccable eye for detail."
--Publishers Weekly on Voices from the Street
"Well written, it is a welcome addition to its author's large and brilliant canon."
--Booklist on Voices from the Street