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Rafael CamposShe makes her case for peace with an armamentarium as humble as a bee's buzz, a snowfall's chill and the "hunger [and] shyness" of her garden's roses. Most of the poems in this remarkable first collection are simple lyrics, and yet they build toward a stubborn insistence on our reliance upon one another. (With whom else can we share the world's beauty and sorrow?) So peace is born not by choice or coercion but by necessity.
— The Washington Post