Praise for Little Death:
Karasik is one of Canada's most exciting young dramatists. With Little Death he is asking juicy, red meat questions about sex, meaning, and mortality. It is a little gem of a play; finely crafted and timeless. --Jordan Tannahill
Karasik's keen observations of the joys and hardships of life, articulated in precise and lyrical language, produce thrilling and eerily familiar glimpses of our own lives. He's one of the most engaging new voices on Canada's literary scene. - Nicolas Billon, winner of the 2013 Governor General's Literary Award for Drama for Fault Lines
With brevity and tenderness, Little Death toys with the intangible intricacies of intimacy as it relates to sex, love and mortality. In this evocative and poetic new play, Daniel Karasik proves himself, once again, to be one of Canada's most assured and promising young literary voices. - Rosa Laborde, Finalist for the 2007 Governor General's Literary Award for Drama for Léo
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