The Death of Narrative
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The Death of Narrative


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James Caruth was born in Belfast and lived there until 1982 before moving to Cape Town, South Africa. He now lives in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. His first collection, A Stone's Throw, was published by Staple Press in 2007 and a long poem sequence, Dark Peak, was published in pamphlet form by Longbarrow Press in 2008. Marking the Lambs was published by smith|doorstop in 2012.

The Death of Narrative was a winner in the Poetry Business Competition, judged by Carol Ann Duffy.

 

 


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