Carter Seaton's Writings
Those Who Came “Once upon a time a tribe of people went off into the woods and nobody ever heard of them again…” These words from the 1972 commune journal of West Virginia filmmaker, dancer, wood sculptor, mask-maker and teacher, Jude Binder, tell only part of the story of the back-to-the-land movement’s impact on West Virginia. While her words may have echoed...
The Life Writing Book, Publishers Place, 2001
Death and Dying As if they were the same thing, Elizabeth Kubler Ross wrote a book on death and dying. For me, they are not. Death is an act of transcendence from this life to the next and the time of it is chosen by God for each man and woman. Dying, on the other hand, seems, more and more, to be put in the hands of health practitioners and prescribed by...
I can't find a font large enough to recommend this book! ”
—Barnes and Noble about "amo, amas, amat...an unconventional love story"
Carter Taylor Seaton’s debut historical novel, Father's Troubles, published in October 2003, was a finalist in ForeWord Magazine’s 2003 Book-of-the-Year competition. A free-lance writer, she also has been published in several anthologies, magazines and the...
Causes Carter Seaton Supports
Amnesty International, MoveOn.org, I love Mountains,