A Web of Black Widows
Scott William Carter
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In these six provocative tales, Scott William Carter takes the reader on a journey to places where love and loss intersect: a grieving tattoo artist makes a cross-country trip with a pregnant woman on the run from her disturbed husband . . . a mysterious artist finds a woman washed up on the beach and feels compelled to paint her . . . a young man who made a disastrous choice in wife is forced to crash weddings with his ghostly bride so she can remain on Earth . . .
Reading these and three other stories, you will be intrigued, moved, and troubled as Carter's clear and engaging prose takes you on a guided tour of the darker corners of the human psyche. But as he writes in his introduction, "There's hope in there, too. There has to be. Otherwise, why write at all?"
“The title story is a stunner.” – Fright.com
"Scott William Carter makes it look easy." -- Chizine.com
“A WEB OF BLACK WIDOWS is as powerful a package as dynamite.” – Gnostalgia
SCOTT WILLIAM CARTER's first novel, The Last Great Getaway of the Water Balloon Boys, was hailed by Publishers Weekly as a "touching and impressive debut" and won the prestigious Oregon Book Award. His fantasy from Simon and Schuster, Wooden Bones, chronicling the untold story of Pinocchio, is due out in the summer of 2012. His short stories have appeared in dozens of popular magazines and anthologies. He lives in Oregon with his wife, two children, and thousands of imaginary friends.