Instant New York Times bestseller The Opposite of Loneliness, by the late Marina Keegan, was given a rave review in The Guardian: “Her writing is exceptionally mature, but she does not shy away from her youthfulness. A trusting honesty… permeates every story and essay. While her fiction is astute and affecting, non-fiction is where she shines. She finds pathos and beauty in unlikely places.” Keegan’s collection of stories, essays, and poems was also included in the Washington Post‘s summer reading list from college deans and counselors.