Theodore Carter is the author of The Life Story of a Chilean Sea Blob and Other Matters of Importance (Queens Ferry Press, 2012), Frida Sex Dreams and Other Unnerving Disruptions, and Stealing ‘The Scream’ (Run Amok Books, 2019).
His fiction runs the gamut from humor, to literary fiction, to horror. He’s appeared in several magazines and anthologies including The North American Review, Pank, Necessary Fiction, A capella Zoo, The Potomac Review, and Gargoyle.
Carter’s street art has garnered attention from several local news outlets including The Washington Post, NBC4 Washington, Fox5 DC, and the Washington City Paper. He’s created commissioned murals and sculptures for local businesses and for Washington D.C.’s Art All Night. In 2019, Carter organized the Night of 1,000 Fridas and helped make 1,000 pieces of Frida Kahlo-inspired art accessible to the public on the same night.
Carter lives just outside Washington, DC in Takoma Park, MD.