Stine … puts her studies and her interior fire to good use.” The Rumpus
“{A}n argument for the book.” Valparaiso Poetry Review
The Week in Pop-Culture Writing: The Atlantic
“{L}iving proof that being poor is not synonymous with being stupid, lazy, undeserving, or in any way lesser-than.” Vela “{R}efined authenticity, a voice extending her register.” Blackbird
“She moves from the supernatural work of faith to the equally supernatural work of love.” The Iowa Review
“In Stine’s work, the relationship between humans and the natural world is a powerful source of instability.” So to Speak
“Stine’s gift [is] for grittily embodied imagery.” Diagram
“{T]he feel of those quiet moments in horror movies.” Galatea Resurrects
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“Alison Stine has truly mastered the craft.” Midwest Book Review