"Stuefloten doesn't play by the rules realistic.
He follows the amoral rules of the unconscious." —the Columbia Dispatch
"Maya is a disturbing collage of mixed visions with psychodelic qualities. Stuefloten sees America with a jaundiced eye that skews reality and perceives normalcy as frightening." —Small Press Magazine
"Maya weaves impressively tense and disturbing variations on the theme of violence in the Amercan imaginatioin."
--Review of Contemporary Fiction
D.N. Stuefloten is a novelist, photographer, film maker, sculptor.
His novels have been compared, by the Washington Post,
to those of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Marguerite Duras, Alain Robbe-Grillet, and Severo Sarduy.