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Stephen BurtPonsot's best work finds her down-to-earth, either mordant or lighthearted…For all its insistence on exuberance, there is something brittle, like china, about Ponsot's style. Other poets who use, as she does, short lines, a conversational pace and frequent enjambments can feel rushed or wild. Ponsot instead tends to tread slowly, as if careful not to damage the copious beauties she finds on the streets of Manhattan, in its museums, in clouds, in air.
—The New York Times