"Mez leads us to confront the legible with strategies normally reserved for the viewable. A good characterization of her work comes from a source that, on the face of it, has nothing to do with poetry....
What Mez attains...is the feat of keeping us in motion from one view/read cusp to the next, seeding the screen with many cues for reading backwards, up and down, and slantwise, as well as forward. Indeed, we are often stopped in our tracks, caught in a type of pleasurable stutter and thrown back to rescan the whole field, a perceptual act more often associated with image."
- Stephanie Strickland in:
_First Person: New Media As Story, Performance, and Game_
Editors: Noah Wardrip-Fruin and Pat Harrigan
Published: 2004 MIT Press