"With all the differences between their works their poems are endowed with wisdom and humor. Hers are short, tight poems, meticulous and thoughtful. His, poems with great musical momentum and ironic rhetorical patterns. In this book they write of their worlds, autonomous though side by side, as well as many poems about each other and to each other in an ongoing conversation over the decades between America and Israel.
I always await with great curiosity to see what will come next." FULL REVIEW
Rafi Weichert - Poet, translator and Editor in Chief "Keshev Publishing House"
"In the cottage of Lois & Larry’s love, she is the walls and he’s all windows and doors. You can often see him cheerfully waving his arms while she silently dances among the rooms. In the cottage of Unger & Freifeld’s poetry (which reminds one of the creative collaboration between Raymond Carver and Tess Gallagher), walls are torn down to reveal her true feelings, while her poet companion peers through the windows at an unceasingly swarming and dangerous world. Unger’s voice is full of abracadabras which send the reader sitting straightway next to the people in her poems. Freifeld—also a photographer—is the witty eye set both on yesterday and today. Ask him something and his words will be as rich as a shot taken on Tel Aviv's Rothschild Boulevard, during a demonstration. Ask her and she’ll give you two simple words that will plunge you into a daze of witchery, all too human."
Storie Magazine/Leconte Publications, Rome