John Randolph Carter

John Randolph Carter

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John Randolph Carter is a poet and artist. A finalist for the National Poetry Series, his poetry has appeared in journals including Connecticut Review, Cream City Review, LIT, Margie, North American Review, Notre Dame Review, Sycamore Review, Third Coast, Verse, Washington Square and Western Humanities Review. Recipient of N.E.A., New York State Council and Fulbright grants. He has art in thirty-two public collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Library of Congress. He also has had one-person exhibitions at the University of Michigan Art Museum and the Minneapolis Institute.

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Fall 2014 Issue

When Will the War Reach the Suburbs?

The road is shrouded in fog.
Warriors are gathering in clumps.
Unwanted news is spreading
like refrigerated peanut butter….

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