Washington Independent Review of Books gives love to The Dogs of Avalon
" . . . deeply felt but not sentimental or cloying . . . accessible and important."
My essay on Lit Hub about the photo that helped me finish my book.
LAURA SCHENONE FINDS ENDURANCE IN THE WORK OF FAY GODWIN
“Schenone's lovely prose captivates,” says Library Journal
“What motivated James Beard Award-winning food historian Schenone (A Thousand Years Over a Hot Stove; The Lost Ravioli Recipes of Hoboken) to write a book about animal welfare?”
The Bark gives love to The Dogs of Avalon
“A work that merits high praise and appreciation.”
Q&A with Laura
Bark editor-in-chief Claudia Kawczynska talks with Schenone about the humane activists she profiles in The Dogs of Avalon
“Engrossing,” says Kirkus
“An engrossing account of greyhounds, their owners, and their champions.”