Review: Library Journal starred review - August 15, 2008
"From the small, the curious, and the commonly overlooked—grasshoppers, snow crickets, and whelks, for example—to the wild and intimidating, like coyotes, and, of course, the possibly mythical bear that haunts the Truro woods, the natural world is made more real and dangerous and, yet, inexplicably inviting in these poems . . . There is even a baker's dozen of poems about Percy, her dog, a lovable recurring character in her work. Recommended for all contemporary poetry collections."