"A real live cultural argument and an important one, inventively made. It is an argument that works of what we consider high and low culture can not only be appreciated by the same people but can be placed in direct conversation with each other. What Slaughterhouse 90210 does, in a gentle and curious way that distinguishes it utterly from many similarly formatted books, is to push those connections forward. It's fun and funny, yes, but also surprising, moving, and thoughtful. It's a book that makes, in many ways, the argument for precisely the kind of work that it is." ―Linda Holmes, NPR

“Mastermind...It’s not just anyone that can slap a David Foster Wallace quote underneath a GIF of Tina Fey burying her head into Oprah’s chest and somehow make the combination meaningful. But Maris Kreizman can…” ―Entertainment Weekly

“It's an instant day-brightener-a lovely little corner of the Internet.” ―O Magazine

Slaughterhouse 90210 is every pop culture and book lover’s dream.” ―BuzzFeed Books

“Touched by Bethenny Frankel's unmitigated pathos? Looking for a way to explain the tenets of Gossip Girl to your book club? Slaughterhouse 90210 pairs important literary quotes with screencaps from your favorite shows to help you feel better about your shallow side.” ―The Huffington Post

"Smart, sharp, and hilarious, Slaughterhouse 90210 is the perfect pick-me-up and never-put-me-down book." - Jami Attenberg, bestselling author of The Middlesteins

“The genius of Maris Kreizman's killer meme goes beyond its mere hilarity; it's also about the power of great writing to sum up feelings we didn't know we had. Feelings about, yes, Taylor Swift and Mad Men, but those can be the most important feelings of all.” ―Emily Gould, author of FRIENDSHIP and THE HEART SAYS WHATEVER

Slaughterhouse 90210 makes explicit something consumers of pop culture already understand intuitively: That the boundaries between high and low culture are often blurred and sometimes non-existent; that images and text that are technically unrelated can still communicate with each other, across platforms and mediums and centuries, in ways that illuminate both; that “television” is more of an idea than a boundary-obeying, clearly-definable thing and “literature” is not exactly staying within the book-margins these days, either.” ―Think Progress

"A wholly remarkable book, filled with exacting quotes and insightful imagery.” ―HelloGiggles