by Steven Dandaneau
Like its eponymous cousin, Say Hey Little Prince transpires over eight eventful days, not in the Sahara Desert, but during the opening week of a modern professional baseball season. This is the story of a Phenom, who pitches the most perfect game imaginable, imparts wisdom, and departs without saying goodbye.
Say Hey Little Prince: a Novel
Steven Dandaneau lives in Fort Collins, Colorado
Say Hey Little Prince engages the reader in a cleverly controlled, richly intertextual postmodern narrative form. The reader’s attempt to arrive (comfortably) at some sense of its overall “meaning” is thwarted (or challenged) by Dandaneau’s sentences that always resist the weight of grounding and that remain, like the surface of waves, always fluid and fluent.
─Faiza Shereen, Professor Emerita at California State Polytechnic University Pomona