New Rivers Press, American Poetry Series, 2013
“The poems in Kathryn Levy’s Reports burn and shine. They track fire-lit paths through the dark interiors of our murky cultural mythologies. . . . From start to finish, this is a breathless and necessary collection. Reading it, I felt at times outside of myself, wholly inhabited by Levy’s terrifying, thrilling monologues and dreamscapes. Yet, for the horror—and this is what I find most admirable in this book that offers much to admire—Reports refuses despair.”
—Joe Wilkins, author of Notes from the Journey Westward
|Losing the Moon
Canio’s Editions, 2006
A labor of intensity and clarity went into the writing of Kathryn Levy’s book of poems, Losing the Moon. Her poems are serene and lyrical, and bright like a day with open sky. Levy’s accumulation of images, ideas, and variations among these, makes for an important debut. Kathryn Levy is a wonderful and provocative poet.
—Michael Burkard, author of Envelope of Night