The Complete Stories:
"Noah Warren ... investigates disrupted relationships and childhood loss to capture our steady if fragmented traversal through life."
"The Complete Stories examines public and private history while offering a path forward marked by responsibility and hope."
"These poems recognize that endings are provisional, wobbling their landings in resonant images that linger past the finish."
“Warren… investigates loss, grief, and struggling to make sense of one’s life in quietly burnished language.”
The Destroyer in the Glass:
"The poems are lithe and fluid, rhythmic and pointed...Warren offers a raw and piercing vision"
"This book interrogates the mysteries of self and other in a quest for empathy, that most elusive of moral values and perhaps the one most reliant on the poet’s powers of imagination. These poems are as formally various as they are technically adept."
"In his debut poetry collection ... Noah Warren displays an uncanny calm in the face of the unknowable. 'Empathy' offers a glimpse of how far his mind can be stretched, a hint that there are no limits to his imagination..."