No Apologies is the inappropriate joke at dinner, the drunk uncle in the room shouting obscenities, and the ugly truth no one talks about in polite company. Part poetry, part fiction, part memoir, and all honesty, No Apologies is a compelling slice of human experience in all of its crass, hopeful, sincere, and tender glory. And it says it...with no apologies.
No Secrets is the second volume of Carter-Winward's genre defying writing that is part poetry, part fiction, part memoir, and all told with a clarity that does not allow secrets. These short pieces tell us the stories many of us hide, even from ourselves.
A Mormon in the White House and intimate relationships with plastic blow-up dolls show the breadth of Carter-Winward's short story telling. So get ready for a pole dancing grandmother and football played using a nativity scene. The stories may be short, but the images and emotions will stay with you.
No Regrets is the final stop in J.A. Carter-Winward's poetic trilogy that will break your heart, make you laugh, oh, and take you inside a brothel. You won't regret the ride.