Brinkley-Rogers, Paul. "Renegade Writer; Boyle Mixes Weirdness, Normality." Arizona Republic8 July 1993.
Ebert, Roger. The Road to Wellville (movie review). Chicago Sun-Times 28 October 1994.
Edelman, Dave. T. Coraghesson Boyle's "The Road to Wellville." Originally published in Baltimore City Paper 19 July 1993. <http://www.dave-edelman.com/reviews/boyle3.cfm>
Gilstrap, Peter. "Novelist With a Twist; T. Coraghessan Boyle Has Talent, Big Goals & a Way of Standing Out." (an interview at Ben's Chili Bowl) Washington Post 5 July 1993.
Harshaw, Tobin. "The Uses of History." (interview). The New York Times Book Review 25 April 1993.
Korn, Eric. The Ordure of Things. Times Literary Supplement 17 February 1995.
Landers, Beth. The Road to Wellville. Inkblots, Critiques, Spring 1999, dreamsbay.com
Lanham, Fritz. "The road to well-known; Boyle cheerfully promotes what might be his breakout novel." Houston Chronicle 4 July 1993.
Madrigal, Alix. "Boyle's Crackling Look at the Corn Flake King." San Francisco Chronicle 6 June 1993.
Maxwell, Bill. "Food fads - then as now; Bill Maxwell met the American novelist T. Coraghessan Boyle, whose latest book is based on the life of John Harvey Kellogg, the man who invented cornflakes" Irish Times 10 November 1993.
O'Neill, Molly. At Breakfast with: T. Coraghessan Boyle; Biting the Hand That Once Fed Battle Creek New York Times 2 June 1993.
Rodriguez, Bill. Confessions of a Megalomaniac; T.C. Boyle, novelist. Providence Phoenix 29 April 1993.
Salm, Arthur. "Born to Write; You have talent or you don't: Boyle does." San Diego Union-Tribune 3 March 1994.
Smiley, Jane. Snap, Crackle, Pop in Battle Creek; "The Road to Wellville" by T. Coraghessan Boyle. New York Times Book Review 25 April 1993.
"A flaky tale, and they're eating it up; T. Coraghessan Boyle is hip, acclaimed
and about to break into the big time with his book on breakfast-food baron
John Harvey Kellogg." Orange County Register 3 May 1993.
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