"She offers a kaleidoscope that mingles vistas, a visionary telescope that can also isolate the particular of everyday."
"The poetry, though infused with compassion for beings caught between rocks and hard places, doesn't plead their case in abstractions, but pinpoints the heartrending details of their predicaments."
-Craig Lambert, Harvard Magazine, January 2012
"It seems any moment can be caught and brought to light, and by the act of being caught, turned into something permanent. . . . Readers attracted to courageous, erudite poems with existential undercurrents will find a great deal in this volume to love."
-Shevi Berlinger, Contrary, Autumn 2011
"These poems have all the instinct and fangs of a canine, and the plush, electric fur of a wolf . . . Poets seeking to write poems that tell narratives in a new way . . . would be wise to read this book."
-Sean Singer, The Rumpus, August 2011