REVIEWS

Reviews of Infraction

"Zipter approximates the simmering complexities of classic Russian novels, as well as the parallel storylines that Tolstoy, Pushkin and Dostoevsky are known for." ~ Victoria Brownworth, Philadelphia Gay News


"Infraction makes for fascinating historical fiction with an intriguing storyline played out through interesting and wholly absorbing characters." ~ Jerry L. Wheeler, Out in Print

Reviews of Kissing the Long Face of the Greyhound

"Humor, immense wit, and emotional truth saturates Zipter's verses." ~ Jim Piechota, Bay Area Reporter

"So much to love and sometimes to mourn in these poems. Blessed moments of wit and humor." ~ Kathleen Kirk, Escape into Life

"From nature, to love, to powerful human emotions, Zipter's poems find the beauty in everything." ~ Kelly Parrett, Key Reporter

"Zipter's larger themes echo in quiet ways across poems. Her poems sing with alliteration and enjambment to create haunting sound and imagery." ~ Grace Hendrickson, Harbor Review

"I found myself thinking of Sylvia Plath and Mary Oliver and how Zipter is, in her own way (and in my opinion), uniquely better than both." ~ Adele Kenny, Tiferet (print edition only; reprinted below)