“Finneyfrock writes poetry with muscular verve and narrative push. The depth and breadth suggested in just a few polished images placed next to each other will make you reconsider what poetry can do.”-Paul Constant, The Stranger
“Finneyfrock’s work strikes the perfect tonal balance of humor, devastation and real storytelling-never just using metaphor for metaphor’s sake.”
-Amber Tamblyn, Bust Magazine
Karen Finneyfrock contributed a poem titled “Newer Colossus.” I’ll remember that night not for the soup or song but as the first time I heard that poem. The poets of 1968, mostly now demised, would have loved it, this evidence that their legacy is alive.
-Regina Hackett, Art Critic Seattle Post Intelligencer
Her Body Becomes a Hospital: http://kuow.org/program.php?id=21367
The Man on Television: http://kuow.org/program.php?id=21368