"Burning In This Midnight Dream articulates some of Canada's worst history from the inside looking out. These poems are an insider's nightmare memories of Canada's residential schools."
"'I believe good poetry if it is to speak to the heart and intellect one must “labor the self” within the poem.'"
"In her fourth poetry collection, Burning in This Midnight Dream, Louise Bernice Halfe hath achieved a canonical work of Anglo-Canadian letters, one that will always be as relevant as the Constitution and First Nations and Crown Treaties."
"A novel in verse tells the story of Millie's 11th year...Millie's reactions to the events of an emotionally trying time are affecting and realistic".
An interview by The Story Sanctuary on Kathleen Cook Waldron and BETWEEN SHADOWS