"Some [stories] are heartbreakingly sad; some laugh-out-loud funny; some momentous and tragic; almost all of them resonant or surprising. They are stories that attest to the startling varieties and travails of human experience, and the shared threads of love, loss, fear and kindness that connect us."
--Michiko Kakutani, New York Times
"All These Wonders is replete with wondrous true stories of loves, losses, rerouted dreams, and existential crises of nearly every unsugarcoated flavor."
--Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
"[The Moth] has this indescribable energy that comes with people allowing themselves to be honest without fear. Translated to the page, this book...really becomes an incredible syllabus of vulnerability, one that invites you to cherry pick and re-read stories as you need them."
--Goop (16 Great Reads for the Summer)
"All These Wonders is a compelling read, by turns uplifting, heartbreaking, and ultimately redemptive. If there is a real hero of the book, it is surely the human spirit, which, time and again, transcends whatever life throws at it."
"The stories are gripping, insightful, addictive.... [It's] hard not to laugh, cry, or be a little moved by each one."
"All These Wonders is divided into seven expertly curated chapters. The effect is an anthology of seven Mainstage shows, averaging six stories per show. Each juxtaposes sensational stories by famous names...with those by relatively unknown storytellers, whose narratives, quite often, deliver the biggest emotional punches."
--Megan Labrise, Kirkus Reviews
"All These Wonders is a journey through the mysteries of the unexpected.... Every tale is its own surprising glimpse into the human story."
--Mary Elizabeth Williams, Salon
"The Moth's 20-year retrospective contains all the hope, sadness, triumphs, and tribulations that have defined the pioneering live reading series since its modest debut in 1997.... Overall, the two decades of the Moth remain as entertaining and powerful off-stage as they were onstage."
"[The stories] are all arresting tales."
--Buffalo News (Editor's Choice)
"[The Moth is] New York's hottest and hippest literary ticket."
--Wall Street Journal