On the Road to Naropa - My Love Affair with Jack Kerouac: A Haibun Memoir
Her road is both daring and humble. I think Master Basho would be delighted.
Sam Hamill

Westerners such as Terry Ann whose sensibilities have been deeply touched by the Japanese arts are a new type of being which the future is crying out for - brilliant beings in brilliant Presence.  
Gabriel Rosenstock, Jack Kerouac sioc maidine/ morning frost (haiku) Arlen House, Dublin, 2013

"On The Road to Naropa takes us through the many doors of Jack Kerouac's writings with a skilled poet as our guide.  A beautiful and moving addition to the memoir genre, told from the dual perspective of looking back and moving forward. Step into T.A Carter's world of loss, change, and redemption; you will be the richer for it.
Roberta Beary, The Unworn Necklace (finalist in the Poetry Society of America's William Carlos Williams Award - the first book of haiku to receive such recognition)

We often hear the argument that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Carter’s memoir makes the claim that the discrete moments of life are the keys to the whole.
- Bob Lucky, Ethiopian Time (Red Bird Chapbooks)

Inkling Press | 2015 | 
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