...Far beyond the confines of a novel; at a single stroke he invented and perfected a new form. No man could write the gigantic story that lies behind 'Company K,' but William March, by a brilliant refinement of form, has given us its essence and its broad sweep, flashes of its intensity and rich variety.
Harold Strauss, from the 1933 Review of Company K for the New York Times.
The unrecognized genius of our time.William March
The most underrated of all contemporary American writers of fiction.William March