Adult language and themes, Archetypes, Symbolism, Metaphor, Motif, Author/Poet J.A. Carter-Winward, Human Nature, the Psyche, Life, Life and Death, Light and Dark, New or Upcoming releases by JACW, New Publication-Poetry, Poetry by J.A. Carter-Winward, Religion and other weirdness, Rude words, sample poem, The "No" Poetry Collection, The Word, Word Power, Work in Progress: Dialogues & Poems, Writers, Writing, Writing Community, Writing in Blood

New Release – Spring 2020

COMING SPRING 2020 unnamed it's a feeling, and it's unnamed. some have tried the terms distant or cold. some have labeled it aloof or detached. but those words are all states of being. the process is what has no name. knowing someone is slipping away—but not physically, not yet. you feel it: pure feeling, pure… Continue reading New Release – Spring 2020

Adult language and themes, Archetypes, Symbolism, Metaphor, Motif, Author J.A. Carter-Winward, Author/Poet J.A. Carter-Winward, Contraries and Contrasts, Human Nature, the Psyche, Psychology, Rude words, The Word, Word Power, Writers, Writing, Writing in Blood, Writing Life, Writing Process

Lingual Neutrality

Sticks and stones can break my bones, but… …but. Why is it that in an age where “sticks and stones” in the Binary Landscape of the Ether hurt as much as the names being hurled? Is it because words and names do indeed matter? The problem — and you can give me push-back if you… Continue reading Lingual Neutrality

Author J.A. Carter-Winward, Author/Poet J.A. Carter-Winward, Cliches, Tropes, and Just...No., From JACW's collection, Human Nature, the Psyche, Life, Performance Poetry, Personal, Poetry by J.A. Carter-Winward, Poets, Rude words, The Word, Writers, Writing, Writing Community, Writing in Blood, Writing Life, Writing Process

so, if you want to be a writer… a poem for the Millennium

  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Language_is_a_Virus / Image by JACW© so, if you want to be a writer…                                a poem for the Millennium --after Charles Bukowski if you need to see your words in a box on a lit screen don’t do it. if… Continue reading so, if you want to be a writer… a poem for the Millennium

Archetypes, Symbolism, Metaphor, Motif, Author J.A. Carter-Winward, Author/Poet J.A. Carter-Winward, Contraries and Contrasts, From JACW's collection, Human Nature, the Psyche, Jung, Life, Life and Death, Light and Dark, Poetry by J.A. Carter-Winward, Poets, Psychology, Subconscious, Writing in Blood

solstice

  solstice it is the longest of nights and there is comfort in this blanket of black. it reminds me that we were all once beholden to it. and so i honor this darkness. when i paint i start with a black canvas. when i write i start with a black page. i bring in… Continue reading solstice

"How Bad Can Good Be?", Akathisia, Author J.A. Carter-Winward, Author/Poet J.A. Carter-Winward, Coming Soon--in-her-rest-less-ness: prose and poems, Contraries and Contrasts, Drug Side Effects, Human Nature, the Psyche, Life, Life and Death, Mad in America Foundation, Mortality, Neurological Movement Disorders, Personal, Photography, Psychology, Published Articles, Subjective Experience, Trauma, Uncategorized, Vita Brevis, Writers, Writing, Writing Community, Writing in Blood, Writing Life, Writing Process

Getting Blood Stains Out

  Writing in blood means writing with, in, and from your own blood, your own guts, your own self-hood and experience. And every so often, you get sloppy. We all do. So what do you do? How to get blood stains out. Well, it's tough. First, you've got to consider how deep the stain, how… Continue reading Getting Blood Stains Out