Marking the Lambs
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Marking the Lambs

32pp  |  978-1-906613-66-2

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'Set in Belfast and Yorkshire, Italy and Dublin, Marking the Lambs deals with exile and loss in its many forms. Perceptive, generous and, above all, compassionate poems. His poems are accurate reminders of what really matters in our relationships with each other and the natural world.' — Jean Sprackland

James Caruth was born in Belfast. His first collection, A Stones Throw, was published by Staple Press in 2007 followed by the sequence, Dark Peak, (Longbarrow Press, 2008). Tithes, a sequence based around the South Yorkshire village in which he now lives will appear in Footings, (Longbarrow Press, 2012). He has collaborated with artists Paul Evans (Anthropocene project) and Joanne Berry (Companion Stones) and his poem, The Deposition, won the Sheffield Poetry Prize in 2011.


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