"delighting in the sensuous detail of McIntyre's poems, I was also taken by the slippery subtle way the poems slipped between the perceived & the inscribed, the language of language interspersed with what the senses 'know.'"

- Douglas Barbour, Department of English, University of Alberta

Australian by birth (Hobart, 1974), and currently residing in Dunedin, New Zealand, Sally Ann McIntyre's poetic work has appeared in literary journals such as Aught, Landfall, Otoliths, Moria, Meanjin, Masthead, Cordite, Going Down Swinging, Poetry New Zealand, Trout, Sport, and others, since 1997. In 2008 she was recipient of a Creative New Zealand New Work grant for Literature.