James Deahl was born in Pittsburgh (USA) in 1945, and grew up in that city as well as in and around the Laurel Highlands region of the Appalachian Mountains. He moved to Canada in 1970 and holds dual American/Canadian citizenship. He is the author (or, in the case of Tu Fu, translator) of eighteen literary titles.
Publications and Prizes
When Rivers Speak (Unfinished Monument Press, 2001), Blackbirds, A Stand of Jackpine (Unfinished Monument Press, 1999), Tasting the Winter Grapes (Envoi Poets Publications, 1995), Heartland (Envoi Poets Publications, 1993), Opening the Stone Heart (Envoi Poets Publications, 1992), Into This Dark Earth (Unfinished Monument Press, 1987)
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Listing last updated: June 11, 2009