Every week, Thomas Kneeland features powerful and original poetry from poets across the world. Produced in Partnership with The Kneeland Center for Poetry, Inc. and The Elevation Review.
Clarence Carter Boucher is blind in one eye; the other eye has been saved for now by multiple surgeries and changes in treatment. Carter’s eye has some field loss and contrast loss. He also has nerve damage in his hands from a car wreck in which he was dead on impact. The EMTs clocked him as dead for 16 minutes. Clarence Carter came back to a broken neck and four years of therapy to regain his fine motor control. In addition, he has Type II Diabetes.
Clarence Carter Boucher’s children’s books are published by Richard C. Owen. His poetry has been published in numerous anthologies including, Poems by the World’s Best Living Poets. He won the International Golden Poet Award and was featured in About the Author. Carter can be found and contacted with the following information:https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lkmnds/message
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