About the Writer

 

 

 

 

 

Carrie Ann Golden likes to write dark fiction and poetry. A deaf-blind with a lifetime of grief and losses, her work tends to be raw and brutally honest. Through writing (especially poetry), she’s learned that there is indeed life beyond disability and pain.

Adirondack Mountains

Born and raised in the Adirondack Mountains she now lives on a farmstead in northeastern North Dakota.

Farmstead

 

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Edge of her farmstead, North Dakota

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Many of her short works have been published in Piker Press as well as Edify Fiction, Doll Hospital Journal, The Hungry Chimera, GFT Press, Asylum Ink, Visual Verse and Zombie Poetry.

 

Step Into the Darkness – to read some of her fiction work

Tears In the Rain – her poetry

 

 

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46 thoughts on “About the Writer

  1. More on the tech side of ur blog, I love the lay- out; it’s very encouraging, in the sense that you want to click and find out about the blog. I could use some pointers myself! lol. I like the nice looking background of the sunset or sunrise as well. Dada-Cat will roam around here for sure. Thanks for ur like. ;))

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  2. Great blog, Carrie Ann. I’ll have to take a look at your writing–sounds cool! Very impressed that you ate a raw onion. I ate a rotten banana once for $5, but an onion sounds much, much worse. Thanks for liking my post! I’m a newbie at the blogging thing, so it’s nice to get some positive reinforcement. Take care!

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  3. By the dates on your blog, you’re doing far better than I on meeting your deadlines, but I’m glad that you liked my “Writing on deadline” post in any case. Thanks for stopping by and I hope that you return. By the way, I love the “mantra all writers should have.” I’ll keep that in mind on a bad day.

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  4. Thank you for stopping by and liking “Cents and Sensibility.” It is always a pleasure to meet another author. Funny, I live in upstate New York, and I will be moving to NC. Small world.

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  5. Hi Carrie,
    So glad you stopped and commenting on “My Story with RP.” I can’t believe how many writer friends I’ve encountered from North Carolina. I went to my first writing conference there but since then and not related to the conference, I’ve met many more. Your blog looks very organized and interesting. I’m going to bookmark it. =D
    I’ve been working on some books. This one is an indie. I hope to have it out by early April.
    Take care!
    Amy

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  6. Amy, thank you for stopping by and for the compliment! πŸ™‚ You’re an inspiration to me! And it really does help knowing that I’m not the only one struggling with similar things. Rock on! πŸ™‚

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  7. You are a remarkable person to carry on with a blog. I’ve known several people who have lost their sight, and for the most part they share this strong energy challenging the impossible.

    I’m a ham radio operator, and after a conversation with a blind lady I visited a friend with a Braille writing device. Using it I impressed my call sign on to her QSL card before mailing it. She was pleased.

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  8. Thanks for liking my recent sponsorship opportunities post. Is this something that you would be interested in? My blog has high traffic right now so I’d love to try and help promote your blog! Let me know- cheers, Steve…

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  9. Found you from a like on my post in the meet and great weekend. Lovely blog, not that I’m biased through any connection to writing…just to be clear…although that’s what our politicians say and I don’t trust them πŸ€”

    I hope you don’t mind a new follower 😊

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  10. Pingback: Interview with Carrie Ann fromΒ "A writer & her sentimental muse" - Esme Salon

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