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Ute Carson has been writing and publishing stories and essays her entire life, developing her unique voice while gaining experiences around the world.
Signing from "Save the Last Kiss"
Wednesday, February 1st at 6 pm
WESTBANK LIBRARY, 1309 Westbank Dr, Austin.
Reading/Signing from "Save the Last Kiss"
Saturday, March 4th at 7pm
STRAND GALLERY, 2418 Strand, Galveston, TX.
Her first novel, Colt Tailing, has received rave reviews from a broad variety of critics and readers alike. The complex characterizations of women and their world has touched readers like no other novel in recent memory.
Her second novel, In Transit, is very different from the uplifting, heroic and poetic tale of her first book. In Transit follows a highly intelligent young man as he searches for the roots of his sado-masochistic ways in the women he meets on the road, in the wisdom of the POW diary of his uncle, in his own mind which he cannot always control.
Ute has published several acclaimed poetry collections, including Just a Few Feathers, the hand-sewn chapbook Folding Washing, and My Gift to Life, an amazing compilation of Ute's poetry in both English and Romanian and English and Crimean Tartar editions.
Ute Maria Elisabeth Gräfin von Hardenberg-Carson was born on the Baltic Coast of Pomerania just as World War II descended upon Europe. Fleeing before the Russian army, her family eventually settled in what was to become West Germany. Learn More >
Words About 'Just a Few Feathers'
A Poetry Collection from Ute Carson - Buy now
"Ute Carson manages to find universal truths in ordinary things, and clothes them in language that is at once beautiful and profoundly universal. The result is a music that sings in our very core."
-Leticia Austria, Poet
"The author employs a number of poetic tools to convey her thoughts, including wonderful imagery and simple yet effective phrasing."
-Harmony McGlothlin, Publisher & Editor
"A gladness for life and family is countered by occasional poem lines of survived horror. Such lines render the poet steeled in mind and intensely honed to mankind's fallacies. Ute Carson's Just a Few Feathers is a collection one wants to keep close by and refer to often."
-Kaye Voight Abikahled, The Poetry Society of Texas
|Ute Carson is an Advanced Certified Clinical Hypnotist, and has also written a guide for hypnotists working with children.|