"I love Pink Museum, its romance and heartbreak, its feminism and femininity. Wildly attuned to the power of language to cross boundaries between the living and the dead, Caroline Crew writes poems that mix Victorian ideas with twenty-first century speech and vice versa."
-- Heather Christle
"One fumbles through the pages of this book, heart-hurt, soul-shattered, mind-agitated, stumbling upon what we do have instead. PINK MUSEUM is a quintessential debut."
"Most of all, Crew’s beautiful chapbook is a celebration of women who have shaped her. Perhaps Crew says it best in “Saint Lucy of Syracuse”: “We serve what saves us.” We make meaning where we find it. And meaning, wherever we find it, makes us."
-- Probably Crying Review
"In The Polychrome Clinic I am reborn into a new color, or array of colors with every poem. And I do mean reborn. Reconstructed. Re-membered. Always composed of the same chemicals, but each time the light bounces off of me a little differently."
-- Gale Thompson