Dennigan makes delightful poetry, a pure aural pleasure more willowly, and as various as language lived. - —Boston Review
“With a love for the dance of syntax and a delight in the polyphony of dictions both high - —Mark Jarman, author of Epistles
and low, Dennigan springs onto the contemporary poetry stage with a fresh original style. Her poetry is an exuberant celebration of language and insight.”
Spitting associative sparks off both real and imagined landscapes, the poems in Corinna invite readers to excavate, associate, and riff off what's given."
OR "Corinna A-Maying the Apocalypse is powered by conundrum, surprise, imagination, recklessness, wonderment, earnestness, and above all giant playfulness and smarts. - —Cold Front Mag
. . . Dennigan's verse in smart but not unkind, sensual without being icky. - —Indiana Review