...a way of reclaiming the language... from the denatured terms of modern public discourse.
— James Gorman
New York Times
Unexpected as a concept and fabulously well-executed, a gift in every sense of the word.
— Beth Kephart
Home Ground…is a civilized pleasure, in the way great reference books can be.
— Oscar Villalon
San Francisco Chronicle
...feels like an act of patriotism, like breathing in a poem by Walt Whitman and hearing all the voices of America...
— Fredric Koeppel
The Commercial Appeal
...one can almost hear mountains and hills bursting into song, and trees of the field clapping their hands.
— Jeff Johnson
The Christian Century