Barry Wallenstein, of the American Book Review, published a review of The Luba Poems for their May/June 2015 issue. He praises Colette Inez's wording and how they are able to draw the reader in.
"Many poets as they get older write with the gravity of ends in sight. Meditations on mortality seem just about inevitable. But now, here comes Luba, Inez’s most zesty persona whose reflections are primarily about life and sensory experience. While most are third person presentations, we nonetheless hear Luba’s voice and feel her being: quicksilver, lithe, and the epitome of rhythm, wit and erotic passion."
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