Winner of the Before Columbus Foundation's American Book Award
She has a keen, tart mind and a huge inquisitiveness, which, given her sympathy for victims of America's injustice, have led her to witness or to assist at one revolutionary protest after another. She approaches each event wide-eyed, a born observer.
Those who might consign the book unread to the 'Native American' literary ghetto will miss work to which those who attempt to keep up with developments in contemporary poetry ought to pay attention.
World Literature Today
A volume full of truncated plots; beautiful and troubling images . . . meditations on resistance and complicity.
Women's Review of Books
Achingly beautiful, these poems champion the abused, the oppressed.
North American Review