Leigh Haber in O Magazine published a fantastic review of Marina Keegan’s The Opposite of Loneliness, writing, “Two years after a young writer’s death, her words soar….The Opposite of Loneliness is a posthumous collection of her fiction and nonfiction pieces, and it sparkles with talent, humanity, and youth. The prose, polished but thoroughly unselfconscious, is heartbreaking evidence of what could have been.”