Trisha Low among the “young women poets” in the New York Daily News. This article has legs. Oddly, they neglect to acknowledge Trisha Low’s book. The Rookie Gift Guide to Poetry most certainly mentions it, though:
This book is gonna be your gateway drug into conceptual poetry, OK? It wheels and deals in excess and emotional porn, and it tries to document and ventriloquize what it means to be a teenager—in the sense of actually being between the ages of 13 and 19, but also in the sense of teenage feelings and the ever-glutted internet archive of these feelings by those who are 13–19 but also by those of us well past.