"With carefully planned havoc, Rae Armantrout takes a page from the jesters of old."--Matt Sutherland, Foreword Reviews
"Armantrout probes the place of sincerity in a post-modern cultural landscape in this formally dexterous and conceptually daring collection. [Her] intelligence and keen insight are equally present in the work's humor and cultural commentary."--Publishers Weekly (starred review) "[Wobble] is a collection of tight, chiseled poems that forces readers to consider how greed, excess and lack of critical thought have led to environmental destruction and a nation wobbling toward the edge of collapse."--Elizabeth Lund, Washington Post "With enjambment and double meanings, crystal-sharp images to muse on lost time and to take "the private public.""--C. Diane Scharper, Library Journal "In language lean, intimate, and purposeful, this latest from Pulitzer Prize-winning Armantrout shifts constantly between public and private, abstract and concrete, known and unknown, surprising and delighting us as she delivers a sense of what's possible and of new ways of seeing."--Library Journal "Best of 2018: Poetry"