In Olentangy Review, Darryl Price writes about The Butterfly’s Choice:
Lovely, deep, and soft, this book is a work of thankfulness in its overall essence—for the miracle that is to be found in the moments of mortality as much as anything else. . . .This is a book that wants something strong and emotional back from you, but doesn’t necessarily demand it—instead it presents a way forward, for both poet and reader, to come to an understanding before parting ways.