Judy McGuire Paper A potty mouth with a heart of gold.
Natasha Stovall The Village Voice Lopez catches fire to three-chord punk rock, splattering her psychic guts all over the page, leaving nothing to the imagination.
Patricia Holt San Francisco Chronicle Lopez gives Tomato an outlaw integrity that Thelma and Louise only hinted at. Tomato's quest for identity and freedom actually becomes our own.
Karen Helfrich Lambda Book Report There's a sizable, rebelliously tasteless portion of our reading public who will soon want to make Lopez their cartoonist pillow queen.
James S. Howard The Fresno Bee It's a fun, fast, and fabulous first novel.
Feminist Bookstore News Not for the faint of heart....Racy, raunchy, riotously funny, and hilariously incisive.
Erika Lopez lives a much too happy life in San Francisco being the sidekick to her two best friends, Mark and Mary. They all live on the same block. They walk big, leaky dogs and forget to whisper when they talk about other people's butts. Previously she launched Lap Dancing for Mommy into the world and her new book is They Call Me Mad Dog!: A Story for Bitter, Lonely People, but that won't be all. She's got plans. Big plans for big girls in little clothes.
Erika Lopez...The name didn't strike a bell at all when one of my friends' bought it up at a recent off-line book club discussion. Read morePublished on May 16 2002 by Vivek Tejuja
I'll tell you up front - I'm generally biased toward books about motorcycles, as an avid rider myself. But I have to say, _Flaming Iguanas_ is just outstanding. Read morePublished on March 1 2002 by Erin K. Darling
This is a pleasant and quick read with interesting illustrations and lots of them. Perfect for a summer's day when you're feeling glum. Read morePublished on Aug. 28 2001 by redmarina
As I was browsing through my local bookstore one afternoon, this little book caught my eye. The cover art was tacky, and the title was a bit on the odd side, so it seemed like... Read morePublished on Aug. 5 2000 by Shannon
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to read a bookwhere someone was witty, funny, honest and inspiring, then you shouldget this book. Read morePublished on July 7 2000 by Paul Hagwood
Erika Lopez's novel, "Flaming Iguanas", was a wonderful mixture of humor, feminism, and just plain truth. Read morePublished on July 4 2000 by Aubrey Gunter
This book arrived when I was suffering a bout of flu and feeling very depressed. I cheered me up immensely - I couldn't put it down, and read it in 4 hours - there are a lot of... Read morePublished on March 25 2000 by Elaine
"Flaming Iguanas" is one of those books that you can't put down. The main character inspires me to take advantage of my freedom and sieze the open road that lies ahead of... Read morePublished on Aug. 30 1999
I was sitting, well actually squatting, in the bookstore and reading the first few pages of the book when I started laughing like a nut... Read morePublished on Feb. 8 1999