A Non-Swimmer Considers Her MikvahOn Becoming Jewish After Fifty —Essays—“This book is superb.To my knowledgeit is without peer in style or approach.” —Rabbi Paul Citrin2016 WINNERNEW MEXICO–ARIZONABOOK AWARDS
A Death DelayedAgent Orange: Hidden Killerof Vietnam—A Remembrance—
Danny lies dying here in this place, dying as surelyas 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 FINALISTNEW MEXICO–ARIZONABOOK AWARDS
I, Sarah Steinway—A Novel—
“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 WINNERNEW MEXICO–ARIZONABOOK AWARDS
“The whole book could be considered a postdiluvian midrash.”—Rabbi Deborah J. Brin,Mishkan of the Heart
At its essence, this novel is a modern take on the Book of Job and its inherent theological conundrum: How can a merciful God allow the innocent to suffer? Carter deserves praise for tackling this endlessly baffling question.—Courtney NaliboffReformJudaism.org