Nancy Esposito proves herself a master of imagery and syntax.  
With powerful immediacy, she brings to bear a mature intelligence upon our troubled world.  In her words, "the aggressions that have followed since [Hitler] and much of the technology are as much my neighborhood as the Victorian houses, the big dogs and imperious cats, I look out at each morning."  Changing Hands


Theodore Weiss

Quarterly Review of Literature Contemporary Poetry Series VI