Monday, April 04, 2005

Jared Carter Appears in Bohème Magazine

Acclaimed Midwestern poet Jared Carter’s short story "The Old Musician" is featured in the April edition of Bohème Magazine. Bohème is an online magazine of arts, literature and opinion created by a group of artists and writers and has been published in Paris, France since 2003.

Carter, a native of Elwood, Indiana, is the author of 3 collections of poetry. His first collection “Work, for the Night is Coming” and the winner of the Walt Whitman Award. His second collection, “After the Rain” was award the 1995 Poets’ Prize.

In December, Carter read at the Library of Congress and was introduced by U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser as part of a series of readings made possible by the Gertrude Clark Whittall Poetry and Literature Fund. His reading was recorded for the library's archive.



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Don't miss the "Insider's Report" on Jared Carter and his poetry as featured in the 2005 Poet's Market, published annually by Writer's Digest Books and edited by Nancy Breen.

"The Universality of the Local," in which Carter discusses some of the influences on his work, was contributed by poet and critic Barney F. McClelland, and begins on page 104.

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