I, Sarah Steinway“Sarah Steinway is a stubborn, angry, resourceful, funny, inquisitive and independent woman. Those traits help her survive in Mary E. Carter’s thought-provoking debut novel … Sarah is the joyful, complex hero-figure in Carter’s post-apocalyptic novel set in the not-so-distant future.” —David Steinberg, Albuquerque Journal“The character of Sarah Steinway is indeed a human being; feisty, flawed and utterly engaging. Highly recommended.”— Sheryl Stahl, Director, Frances-Henry Library, HUC-JIR, Los AngelesQuarter-Finalist 2017 BookLife Prize - “Carter’s novel is 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. Savvy cultural references bring an immediacy to the text.”CLICK HERE for more information.
Mary E. Carter was born in the San Fernando Valley of orange groves and dirt roads. Most of her life she livedand worked in California and had a long career as an advertising copywriter and graphic designer. She now lives inNew Mexico where she paints and writes. Her memoir, A Non-Swimmer Considers Her Mikvah, was a 2016 WINNER in the New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards. Her first book, Electronic Highway Robbery was published by Peachpit Press in 1996.I, Sarah Steinway, winner of the 2018 New Mexico-Arizona Book Award is her first novel.