Not a syllable is wasted; rather than teach an austerity of pleasure, it encourages luxuriating and loitering in the back alleys of his poems. One day, someone will get the idea to use this book as a break-up letter, because woven into it are the molecular sounds of bodies that regret nothing that was physical, transcendent, important. –Daniel Allen Cox, Plenitude

Each publication by McCann is perfectly rendered so there‚Äôs not an ill-considered rhythm or word or syllable and going places that are interesting for journey and destination. –Pearl Pirie, Page Half Full