Copyright 2016 by Carrie Etter

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Recent Chapbooks

In Scar, I explore the effects of climate change on my home state of Illinois "with typical verve and originality," to quote my editor. The chapbook is a single long poem, each section on a new page, and is dedicated to the memory of Peter Reading, without whose brilliant -273.15 as a precedent I doubt my poem would have been written.

Purchase a copy directly from the publisher here

Hometown (V. Press, 2016) is my first collection of fiction, bringing together flash fictions published over the last twelve years in Bluestem, Ink, Sweat & Tears, Jawbreakers: 2012 National Flash Fiction Day Anthology, New Welsh Review, The Nottingham Review, and elsewhere. 

David Gaffney comments, "Etter's stories climb into your head and reboot it from the inside, from the squealingly joyous to the darkly sad, some with gear changes that fling you backwards in your seat, some told in voices so strong you could lean against them, and then some fragile, as if the page held nothing but the faint impression of a delicate and long-dead insect. I can't wait for more."

Purchase a copy directly from the publisher here

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