The Revisionist
"That Crase's invocation of the Whitmanian poetic tradition can be so powerful after all these years of overuse and abuse is a small miracle of revisionism itself."
– Phoebe Pettingell, The New Leader

Amerifil.txt: a commonplace book
"Crase continues the search for the America behind America. Fittingly, it reads more like poetry than a commonplace book, the motley of the quotations hanging together like the stanzas of one epic soliloquy."
– Michael Schiavo, Tin House

Both: A Portrait in Two Parts
"Crase's dual biography of botanists extraordinaire, Rupert Barneby and Dwight Ripley, provides proof of both men's artistic gifts, their behind-the-scenes bankrolling of much of the 1950s New York art scene, and the loving complexity of their fifty-year relationship."
– Bruce Hainley, Artforum

uncollected essays
"the best single essay on Schuyler I know."
–Richard Howard, The New York Times Book Review