Carrie’s first collection of poems, Small Murders, was released in 2006 from New Issues Poetry and Prose. Ward-Eighty-One and The Chase are her self-published, limited-edition collections released in 2007 and 2008, respectively.
Carrie is currently working on several poetry projects including Ohio Lonely, a chapbook of poems about her family with original photo-collage work, that will be available in 2010. She is also researching and composing a collection of poems tentatively titled, Doll Work, about children’s author Dare Wright and eccentric bachelor doll artist, Morton Bartlett.
Carrie currently lives in Chicago and is working on her Masters in New Arts Journalism at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She also works as a Graduate Lecturing Intern where she gives tours of collections at The Art Institute of Chicago. She is an occasional contributor to the art and culture journal based at SAIC, F News Magazine. Visit her website at www.carriemcgath.com.