Here's what other poets have to say about the work of Liz Abrams-Morley:
About Inventory, Finishing Line Press, 2014:
"Liz Abrams-Morley had done something wonderful here, transforming the: mundane language of our lives into poems of richness and depth." Dorianne Laux
"Liz Abrams-Morley teaches us reverence for the small moments of this life with all its losses...Inventory is an emotionally honest book by a fine poet who observes keenly and generously shares her hard-won insight." Ellen Bass
About Necessary Turns, Word Poetry, 2010:
"The truism that we are supposed to write what we know has always seemed to me a more than slightly frightening injunction. And the sure, steady, deeply-felt and accomplished poems of Liz Abrams-Morley remind us of why this is the case."
""Her words stab, slice, dance burn and burst off the page... You must carry this book with you when you need music for your soul." Nancy Aronie.
And about Learning to Calculate the Half Life (Zinka Press, 2001)
"What does experience mean in a woman's life... Liz Abrams-Morley offers her richly felt, intelligent answers in the terrific poems...(which) bring the reader face to face with a woman,
with a poet, to be reckoned with. And all I can say is ain't it about time"