November 13, 2019 — In a new review of Mercy, Vanessa Maki of Marias at Sampaguitas writes:
(Camia’s) pain translates in these poems as does her slowly coming to terms with her loss. There’s no disconnect in regards to what any readers need to understand about this collection. It’s meant to be personal, emotional and possibly uncomfortable to read. And while the grief is individual, as is any type grief, each poem reminds the reader that healing isn’t linear. It’s a process.
Many thanks to Vanessa for the thoughtful review. You can find it in its entirety here.