Constance Carrier

CONSTANCE CARRIER has done two books of poetry, both published by Swallow – The Middle Voice (Lamont Poetry Award, 1955) and The Angled Road; her poems appear in publications ranging from The Christian Science Monitor to The New Yorker. For Indiana Press, Carrier has translated Propertius and Tibullus. “The origin of my interest in Salem lies in the fact that one of the victims was a forebear – Martha Carrier, hanged there in August, a month after Sarah Good.”

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