Annemarie Ní Churreáin
[The Poison Glen] speaks of dislocation and loss, of pain and attachment, in a poetry of furious energy and stunning verse-craft…. this Donegal poet is fully conscious of the redemptive nature of poetry, of the saving power that is such a part of its beauty. It is a stunning, central part of her wonderful art that, after pain, she would have us “make a bowl / spilling yellow corn-light”. What a gift Annemarie Ní Churreáin is to contemporary Irish poetry, what an absolute gift to this nation from Donegal.
— Thomas McCarthy, Dublin Review of Books