James Caruth
James Caruth was born in Belfast but has lived in Sheffield for the last 30 years. His first collection, A Stone’s Throw, was published by Staple in 2007. Dark Peak, a long sequence, appeared from Longbarrow in 2008, followed by the pamphlet Marking the Lambs (Smith Doorstop, 2010). His poems have appeared in a number of anthologies including The Sheffield Anthology (2012) and Cast: The Poetry Business Book of New Contemporary Poets (2014, both smith|doorstop). His poem “The Deposition” won the 2010 Sheffield Poetry Prize. His pamphlet The Death of Narrative was an overall winner of the 2013/ 2014 Poetry Business Competition judged by Carol Ann Duffy.

Books available from Poetry Salzburg:

James Caruth. Narrow Water, November 2017. 45 pp. ISBN-13 978-3-901993-64-0 (= PSPS 24)
£7.00 (+ 1.50 p&p), €7.00 (+ 1.50 p&p), US$ 10.00 (+ 2.50 p&p)

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