News & Interviews
The Seattle Times calls Elvis Babbitt an "irresistible heroine," and claims that by the end of Rabbit Cake "you might feel like a Babbitt yourself."
Boston Globe rave review: "darkly funny and soulful." Elvis, narrator, is "immediately lovable."
PEOPLE magazine names Rabbit Cake the BOOK OF THE WEEK. "A treasure. . . . Books about grief are rarely funny and adorable—this one is." March 27 issue.
Annie and her editor Masie Cochran are interviewed by the fabulous TK podcast
Read it Forward's Favorites List of March: Elvis is "the fantastically absorbing narrator of this stunning debut."
San Francisco Chronicle, Recommendations from Gallery Bookshop: "You wouldn't think a novel about grief could be funny, but this novel proves it's possible ... smart and heartwarming."
The Master's Review says Rabbit Cake "has all of the enduring qualities of a literary classic."
Bustle recommends Rabbit Cake in "10 Books About Daughters and Mothers to Read with Your Mom"
Green Apple Books / Books on the Park chooses Rabbit Cake for their March Apple of the Month Club
Rabbit Cake is a Publisher's Weekly's Pick of the Week, March 6, 2017
Rabbit Cake gets a starred review from Publisher's Weekly -"a winning debut"
Kirkus Reviews gives Rabbit Cake a starred review - "brilliant"
Electric Literature, On Grieving and What Comes Next: Annie Hartnett's Rabbit Cake
Redivider review: "The Nature of Fun in Annie Hartnett's Rabbit Cake."
Rabbit Cake featured in "What We're Reading," Marie Claire magazine, March 2017
Vail Magazine features Rabbit Cake as a March Must Read, as recommended by Bookworm of Edwards
Amazon names Rabbit Cake a Best Book of the Month in Literature & Fiction
An Indies Introduce Q&A, Bookselling This Week, March 2017.
Rabbit Cake featured in The Power of a Perfect Opening Line, The Seattle Times, March 2017