No Need to Speak was published by Ibbetson Street Press in February 2013.
“Emily Pineau’s poetry is honest, exhibiting a wisdom beyond her age as a sophomore at Endicott College. She promises a future in poetry that will enthrall readers. Her relationship with an unnamed male in I would for you is one which many women have encountered but have not had the courage to enunciate.” – Zvi A. Sesling, Muddy River Poetry Review, author King of the Jungle
“Look into Emily’s eyes. Read her poems. See her soul.” – Dan Sklar, Professor of Creative Writing, Endicott College
“Her work is free of greeting card rhymes and sentimental verses often associated with youthful work…Emily Pineau does indeed show great promise. I congratulate her and wish her well.”- Clifton Snider, Small Press Review, May-June 2013
“Pineau’s poetry is filled with youthful wide-eyed questionings and reasoning that will especially engage and encourage young readers and writers of poetry–and indeed, all readers. The kernels of philosophic musings that thread through this debut collection point to a vibrant mind that has a bright future in its poetic journey. A refreshing read.”- Cynthia Brackett-Vincent, The Aurorean, Fall/Winter 2013-2014