“Re-envisioning disability as power and silence as singing, Kaminsky has created a searing allegory precisely tuned to our times, a stark appeal to our collective conscience.”
Dancing in Odessa
Tupelo Press, 2004
"…a remarkable debut, one that affords a rare and exhilarating pleasure: the sense of being at the start of something marvelous."
— Boston Review
Chapiteau Press, 2002
“What a glory Musica Humana is, all the depths and outer reaches of a human heart sung and spoken into visible existence. It is a book I wish I'd written, full of weeping and laughing and clapping and howling. It reaches far back into collective human imagination and charges our present moment with a great sense of destiny. I will read it again and again."