Terry Ann Carter

Terry Ann Carter was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts and moved to Canada in 1965. After earning degrees in English and Music, and a graduate degree in Education, she taught language arts from kindergarden to college. An international award winning haikuist, Carter participated in the Basho Festival, Ueno, Japan, and serves Haiku Canada as President. In… Read more »

Terry Ann Carter Nominated for Acorn-Plantos Award!

Black Moss Press *AWARD NEWS* Black Moss Press would like to congratulate author Terry Ann Carter for her award nomination as well as all the other authors up the this prestigious award! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Acorn-Plantos Committee is pleased to announce the short list of those authors under consideration for the 2013 Award for… Read more »

Terry Ann Carter

Terry Ann Carter is an Ottawa-based poet and the author of four books of poetry: Waiting for Julia, Transplanted, A Crazy Man Thinks He’s Ernest in Paris, and Day Moon Rising and she has recently been nominated for the Archibald Lampan Award. She is a member of the Canadian League of Poets, The Canadian Authors association,… Read more »

Terry Ann Carter in Cambodia

Day Moon Rising, Terry Ann Carter’s fourth collection of poetry encompasses the struggles and hopes of Cambodia. The effortless way she combines haiku and lyric poetry provides a humbling and inspiring look at the history of Cambodia, and the nation’s attempt to rise above thier hardships. As Terry Ann says, “poetry is another way to recount… Read more »

Terry Ann Carter Nominated for Archibald Lampman Award

UPDATE: Arc Poetry Magazine presents poets Nina Berkhout, Terry Ann Carter, Jenny Haysom and Paul Tyler at Collected Works Bookstore – 5:00 p.m. The three finalists for the 2011 Archibald Lampman Award, given annually to the best collection of poetry by an author from the National Capital Region, will read alongside Jenny Haysom, who won… Read more »

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Terry Ann Carter is an Ottawa based poet and the author of three books of poetry: Waiting for Julia, Transplanted, and A Crazy Man Thinks He’s Ernest in Paris, which has recently been nominated for the Archibald Lampan Award. She is a member of the Canadian League of Poets, The Canadian Authors association, Haiku Canada, and… Read more »

Terry Ann Carter

Terry Ann Carter is an Ottawa based poet and the author of three books of poetry: Waiting for Julia, Transplanted, and A Crazy Man Thinks He’s Ernest in Paris, which has recently been nominated for the Archibald Lampan Award. She is a member of the Canadian League of Poets, The Canadian Authors association, Haiku Canada, and… Read more »

A Crazy Man Thinks He’s Ernest in Paris: Meditations on a Brother

In her third collection, Terry Ann Carter responds to the tragic story of her schizophrenic brother. A Crazy Man… is a foray into the world of “voices,” mathematics, hospitals and art. With sketches of McLean’s Mental Hospital and her mother’s 1950s domestic life, Carter charts a collision course of events that shed light on and… Read more »

Erotic Haiku

If you haven’t picked up your copy of Erotic Haiku: of Skin on Skin yet, then you’re missing out! With over 80 contributors to this collection, there’s something for everyone. A few poets peeking into the Erotic Haiku Anthology after the Haiku Arbutus meeting, Sunday July 16th. Poets include Dr. Susumu (Sus) Tabata, our oldest… Read more »

Authors

Here is a list of our many talented authors. We are working on adding links to their Black Moss Press published books for you to purchase. Akpata, Michael Beaudoin, Penny-Anne Beissel, Henry Bell, Roger Blomer, Yvonne Brodie, Barry Brown, Ronnie R. Bulmer, April Carter, Terry Ann Cook, Greg Cott, Gillian D’Alimonte, Carlinda Dabydeen, Cyril Everest,… Read more »

Day Moon Rising

Terry Ann Carter was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and moved to Canada in 1965. After earning degrees in English and Music, and a graduate degree in Education, she taught language arts from kindergarden to college. Her first book of poems (Waiting for Julia, Third Eye Press, 1999) chronicled the Chernobyl disaster. Her second collection, Transplanted, was published… Read more »

Day Moon Rising

Day Moon Rising, Terry Ann Carter’s fourth collection of poetry encompasses the struggles and hopes of Cambodia. The effortless way she combines haiku and lyric poetry provides a humbling and inspiring look at the history of Cambodia, and the nations attempt to rise above their hardships. As Terry Ann says, “poetry is another way to… Read more »

Black Moss Press Authors Reading

Want to catch your favourite Black Moss Author performing a public reading? We’ve compiled a list of upcoming readings from our 2011/2012 authors. Check out a reading near you! June 17 – Terry Ann Carter –  League of Canadian Poets AGM, book launch for Day Moon Rising, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. June 17 – Bernice Lever – poetry reading for League of… Read more »

A Crazy Man Thinks He’s Ernest in Paris

In her third collection, Terry Ann Carter responds to the tragic story of her schizophrenic brother. A Crazy Man Thinks He’s Ernest in Paris is a foray into the world of “voices”, mathematics, hospitals, and art. With sketches of McLean’s Mental Hospital, America’s premier mental hospital, which sheltered John Nash, Sylvia Plath, and Robert Lowell… Read more »

Photographs from BookFest Windsor

Black Moss had a great time participating in this year’s BookFest Windsor last weekend. Our Girls’ Night Out reading featured the Windsor launch of Rosemary Sullivan & Juan Opitz‘s new children’s book Molito and Karen Mulhallen‘s latest poetry book The Pillow Books. The event also featured readings from Mary Ann Mulhern, who previewed her upcoming… Read more »

An Interview with the “Girls’ Night Out” Reading Authors

By Black Moss interns Sylvia Pham, Joshua Dagenais, and Amanda Spence Black Moss Press presents Girls’ Night Out, a literary event at Windsor’s BookFest 2011 this Thursday, November 3rd. Four authors will be reading from their most recent releases: Rosemary Sullivan, Karen Mulhallen, Mary Ann Mulhern and Terry Ann Carter. Whether they have travelled to… Read more »