"Campanello’s Consent (Doire Press, 2013) reads like something of a breath of fresh air. It is political without being heavy-handed or dogmatic, personal without being pathetic, and original in its handling of language and speaker. It is not beholden to any earlier school or movement that I can see, or even any specific, singular poetic predecessor. Aside from Foucault, there are epigraphs from Thomas McGrath, Ted Hughes, Baudelaire, Eliot, Wordsworth, Beckett, Wallace Stevens, Whitman, Philippe Jaccottet, and James Joyce. Certainly these and others have impacted Campanello’s poetry, but she has forged ahead and created something new here. I recommend this book highly."
— Michael S. Begnal, Burning Bush II