Dooley, David “The Life of Literature.” Hudson Review 45, no. 4 (1993): 534-539. Compares Gregg’s works with those of the Pulitzer Prize-winning poet David Tate, discussing similarities and how Gregg’s work can be considered better than that of Tate.
Earnshaw, Doris. Review of Things and Flesh. World Literature Today 74, no. 2 (Spring, 2000): 370-371. Discusses the flow and subject of Gregg’s poems, comparing them to her previous efforts and the works of other poets.
Irwin, Mark. “Three Notions of Truth in Poetry.” American Poetry Review 37, no. 4 (July/August, 2008): 47-50. Irwin examines the notion of truth in three poems: Gregg’s “Goethe Death Mask,” William Stafford’s “Traveling Through the Dark,” and John Ashbery’s “These Lacustrine Cities.”
Kevorkian, Karen. Review of In the Middle Distance. Virginia Quarterly Review 82/83 (Summer, 2006): 272. Looks at Gregg’s style and content, noting how the poet’s work has evolved while maintaining a distinctive style.
Mlinko, Angie. Reviews of All of It Singing, by Linda Gregg, and Sources, by Devin Johnston. Poetry 193, no. 2 (November, 2008): 162-170. Mlinko compares and contrasts Devin Johnston and Gregg. She calls Gregg a romantic visionary and says her work has a mysterious beauty.
Moldaw, Carol. Review of In the Middle Distance. Antioch Review 65, no. 2 (Spring, 2007): 397-398. Offers both praise and criticism of Gregg.