About Sarah

Sarah James is a widely-published and award-winning poet,  fiction writer and journalist.

Her first full-length poetry collection, Into the Yell, (Circaidy Gregory, 2010) won third prize in the International Rubery Book Awards 2011. A second, more experimental, collection, Be[yond], was published by Knives, Forks and Spoons Press in 2013.

The Oxford modern languages graduate’s readings include Cheltenham and Ledbury Poetry Festivals 2013 and CAD and Friends 2014.

Commissions include poems on Worcestershire buses, and poetry used for Agfa’s annual report, Avoncroft Museum, Hanbury Hall and in Worcester Cathedral. She has a poem on the permanent Polesworth Poets Trail in Warwickshire.

Sarah is currently based in Worcestershire, UK, and her website is at http://www.sarah-james.co.uk .

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Marilyn Sylvester&hellip  | 

    What an amazing amount of successful achievements in so short a space of time.

    I’m really looking forward to purchasing your first full-length collection which is to be published by Circaidy Gregory in 2010.

  • 2. Julia&hellip  | 

    Doh, just read the publisher’s details – do you have a title at all?

    • 3. sarahjameswrites&hellip  | 

      Yes, just finalised a title…not sure I’m allowed to spill the beans yet though. Will check with my publisher – don’t want to get into trouble!

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