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Stephen BurtUnassuming and careful almost to a fault, Wanek's poems start out in sweet sadness and end up trenchantly bitter. She should appeal to many fans of Jane Kenyon, but the disillusioned voice in this third collection brings her closer to Thomas Hardy…Nobody will call Wanek overly difficult. The most attentive readers will call her wise.
—The New York Times