Luiselli was a 5 Under 35 recipient for Faces, a finalist for Three Percent's 2014 World Cup of Literature, and is one of the featured authors at this year's London Book Fair
Reforma, Mexico's biggest newspaper, named The Story of My Teeth one of 2014's best books
There is already a great deal of bookseller interest and galley requests—she's beloved by tastemakers and was named Brazos Bookstore's staff favorite in 2014.
Faces and Sidewalks both appeared on numerous best of lists and received glowing reviews, laying the groundwork for Teeth, which won't have to be discovered—she's now a known commodity.
Teeth is funnier and more whimsical than her previous work, almost a romp. It's concern with literary influence, as well as the value of art, is always buoyed by its playfulness and delight (Highway's uncles include Euripides Lopez Sanchez, Juan Sanchez Baudrillard, and Miguel Sanchez Foucault).
The novel was written serially and in collaboration with workers at a Jumex juice factory, giving it a terrific back story and lots of talking points.