Copyright ©2020 by Mary E. Carter
A Non-Swimmer Considers Her Mikvah On Becoming Jewish After Fifty —Essays—
A Death Delayed Agent Orange: Hidden Killer of Vietnam —A Remembrance—
I, Sarah Steinway —A Novel—
“This book is superb. To my knowledge it is without peer in style or approach.” Rabbi Paul Citrin 2016 WINNER NEW MEXICO–ARIZONA BOOK AWARDS CLICK HERE TO READ SAMPLE CHAPTER
Danny lies dying here in this place, dying as surely as if he had stopped a bullet in Vietnam in 1968. Of the many enemies hidden in those jungles, Agent Orange was perhaps the most insidious. 2018 FINALIST NEW MEXICO–ARIZONA BOOK AWARDS
“An utterly original imagining of a post- apocalyptic world, lightly using the tropes of dystopian and disaster fiction while depending on ingenuity and emotional depth to carry the story.” —Quarter-Finalist 2017 Publishers Weekly BookLife Prize 2018 WINNER NEW MEXICO–ARIZONA BOOK AWARDS FINALIST NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARDS
NEW! The Three-Day Departure of Mrs. Annette Zinn —A Novel— “I always look forward to getting to know Mary E. Carter’s characters. The Jews, and the righteous non- Jews as well, have a pintele yid: a spark of Jewishness that helps them navigate this complex world with sensitivity. I enjoyed the exploration of the soul hovering for three days and was intrigued with the idea that it might remember details of events that were forgotten or hidden during its time in this world. During her three-day departure, Mrs. Annette Zinn discovers that her memories have the potential to serve as a blessing.” —Rabbi Jack Shlachter, HaMakom, Santa Fe, New Mexico
The storytelling is by turns very funny and very serious, confident and uncompromisingly weird. Mary E. Carter has a voice with unquestionable power, and we look for­ward to reading more from her. —Judges’ Remarks 2018 National Jewish Book Awards for I, Sarah Steinway [ CLICK HERE TO READ ENTIRE REVIEW ]
Winner - Best Religious Book 2019 New Mexico - Arizona Book Awards
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