Writing & Publications

Carand Burnet is a writer and mixed media artist.  Her poetry and creative nonfiction has been featured in Crazyhorse, Gulf Coast, and elsewhere.  She is author of the chapbook Henhouse (Projective Industries Press, 2013) and co-author of The Principles of Fraying (Factory Hollow Press, 2012).  She is a contributor to Art New England Magazine.  Her work has been listed as a notable in The Best American Essays.  Currently, she is writing a book titled Poor Little Hearts about Martha’s Vineyard chicken poet Nancy Luce.


Selected Poetry and Nonfiction Publications

“An Anchored Boat in Open Water,” “Seeds That Outlive Their Islands,” ZigZag Folio Vol. III, Sept. 2014

Henhouse, Projective Industries Press June 2013

“Henhouse,” “We Were Only Folklore,” Crazyhorse Literary Journal Spring 2012

Axis, Gulf Coast Summer/Fall 2012

“By All Accounts,” IS Poetry Journal Spring 2012

The Principles of Fraying: A Collaborative Chapbook, Factory Hollow Press May 2012

“South Station View,” “Thereafter, A Range,” ken*again Magazine Winter 2009/2010

“Sequence,” Omphalos Journal Summer/Fall 2009

Selected Article and Review Publications

“Mary Bauermeister: The New York Decade,” Art New England May/June 2015

“Gloria Garfinkel: Spotlight Review,” Art New England March/April 2015

“Collaborative Conclusions,” Printmaking Today Fall 2013

“Poems II, C. Ronald Bechtle.” Art New England March/April 2012

“Bound by Vision: Bookmakers of Cottage Street.” Art New England September/October 2011

“No Poisons Used In These Prints: Zea May Printmaking.” Art New England January/February 2011

“The Fruit of Our Labors, Tim de Christopher.” Art New England November/December 2010

“Tom Paiement: Entropy’s Garden.”Art New England June/August 2010


Turkey Land Cove Foundation Residency, 2015

Fine Arts Work Center Scholarship, 2014

2nd Place, The Studios of Key West 2014 Robert Frost Poetry Contest

Key West Literary Seminar Scholarship, 2013

The Best American Essays 2013 Notable for Axis