Saul Bellow (1915 -2005) was a Canadian-born American writer; winner of the 1976 Nobel Prize for Literature and the 1976 Pulitzer Prize.
Saul Bellow on Melinda's illustrated novel Frank: “The great “meltdown” of modern sexual anarchy is the real subject of Melinda Camber Porter's novel FRANK. To judge by the electronic speed of her narrative and the Stendhalian decisiveness of her characters she has learned all there is to learn about the anarchic phase (if it is a phase). Nevertheless she has some hope for a post-anarchic future. Even now, she seems to say, love is possible. A kind of love, perhaps. Some kind of love. Readers will understand, without coaching, what she means.”