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Like Willian Saroyan, Roberston's humor, imagination and sensitivity awaken the senses to that which is worth celebrating in the human condition.
-- Margot Pepper
Eric Robertson writes with a plainspoken, direct, almost childlike innocence about a world of wonder and cynicism, hope and dread.
Eric Robertson writes with a southern drawl. Actually, he is from the South. Generally, I don't like anything from the South, but a guy that writes about getting baths from his grandmother... is warmly welcome in San Francisco.
-- Mark Schwartz
ERIC ROBERTSON, author of Whatever Comes of Not Knowing, is a longtime resident, journalist and organizer in the Tenderloin. Robertson's stories draw on observations of life in the inner city and on his early years growing up in the South.
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Freedom Voices publishes works that speak to or from communities on the margins.
It was founded in 1989 as a project of the non-profit Tenderloin Reflection and Education Center in San Francisco.