Carand Burnet is a writer, visual artist, and musician. Her poetry and essays have been featured in Crazyhorse, Gulf Coast, Jubilat, and is forthcoming in Tongue: A Journal of Writing & Art. Previously, her writing has been listed as a notable in the Best American Essays. She is the author of the chapbook Henhouse (Projective Industries Press). Burnet is currently finishing a creative nonfiction book about Martha’s Vineyard poet Nancy Luce titled Poor Little Hearts. She resides in Newmarket, NH where she is the 2018 Millspace Arts & Culture Laureate.
Originally from South Carolina, Burnet earned her BFA from the New Hampshire Institute of Art where she studied with poet Mark DeCarteret. She was a member of Flying Object Center for Independent Publishing, Art, & the Book where she continued her studies with poet Emily Pettit.
Since 2010, Burnet has contributed to visual art publications including Art New England Magazine, Art In Print, Printmaking Today, and Printeresting.org. She is the recipient of scholarships from the Key West Literary Seminar, The Fine Arts Work Center, The Wesleyan Writer’s Conference and has completed two residencies at the Turkey Land Cove Foundation of Edgartown, MA. She is part of the arts organization called BIG INK.
Work Available to Read Online
- Fragile Paper Timeships: Photographs by Joel Meyerowitz Review
- Curating New Conclusions Feature Article
- Origami Interpretations: Artwork by Gloria Garfinkel Spotlight Review
- Telephone Exhibition: The Unity of Opposites Review
- No Poisons Used in These Prints Article
- Collaborative Conclusions Article
- Axis Creative Nonfiction Essay
- Henhouse Poem
- We Were Only Folklore Poem