Living Published Women Poets in the UK
Caroline Carver
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St. Andrews beach - photo by Lyn Moir

Caroline Carver started life in Bermuda, Jamaica and England, and then moved to Canada for 30 years. In 1989 she and her family settled in Cornwall and she began writing poetry in the mid-1990s, thanks to encouragement from the Falmouth Poetry Group. Caroline’s work has been translated into Romanian and Italian. She was part of a poet’s tour of Ontario and New York/New England three years ago, and gives readings and workshops around the country and sometimes abroad.


Three Hares (Overstep, 2009)

IGHARZI AN ME (Semicolon Press)

BONE-FISHING (Peterloo Poets)



Winner, National Poetry Prize, 1998

Commended, National Poetry Prize, 2010

Wyvern Award from Poetry on the Lake, Orta, Italy

Winner, Guernsey Poems On the Buses



Poet-in-residence, Trebah Gardens

Hawthornden Fellow


Caroline Carver on Poetry PF

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