I keep a mental list of poetry books to give a person who is interested in poetry but isn't sure where to start. This is on my list because Aptowicz is not hard to understand, isn't stuffy (don't get me wrong, I also like stuffy poetry), and isn't prose broken into stanzas.
I don't have the book in front of me because I had to return it, so I can't talk about the line and stanza breaks. I do remember her titles were usually very long. Probably too long (something I am guilty of myself).
My favorites in the book:
Every Winter, Everyone Thinks My Boyfriend is Elvis Costello (second to last one on the page)
Insults That Only Work if You Are a Presidential History Buff (Last one on the page)