Kalisz’s poems are eggs “protected and refined,” precariously occupying the “vast landscape between hatched and cracked.”
- Deirdre Fagan
Quiet Woman reminds us of life’s extraordinary contradictions and “How effortless love can sometimes seem.” These are poems of tremendous empathy and observation.
- Joy Gaines-Friedler
These are hymns that hum of human endeavor, motherhood and its fears, and the resplendent pleasures of family life.
- Alan Michael Parker