Amy De’Ath was born in Suffolk. She studied at the University of East Anglia and in Philadelphia, US, before moving to Australia and then to London. In 2011, she will start a Ph.D. in feminist poetry.
Erec & Enide, Salt Modern Poets (Salt, 2011)
Andromeda / The World Works for Me (Crater Press, 2010)
Salt Book of Younger Poets, ed. Roddy Lumsden and Eloise Stonborough (Salt, 2011)
Best British Poetry 2011, ed. Roddy Lumsden (Salt, 2011)
Poet in Residence, University of Surrey, 2010-11
Review/blurb: “Lyrical, local, literary, strong, domestic, delicate, sexy and epic, Amy De’Ath’s Erec & Enide also brings the modernity and speed of much recent North American poetry to these too-often inward-looking isles. “In the lay and spook of an age,” as she says, there is enough screwing over, glamour, residual meaning and resin delight in these poems to intrigue, excite and entertain even the gloomiest reader. De’Ath’s emphatic arrival on the British poetry scene is cause for both hope and celebration.” Tim Atkins
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