Caleb Klaces is a poet, editor and freelance writer. His poems have appeared in Poetry, Poetry London, Horizon Review and other journals in the UK and US. He has twice been among the Foyle Young Poets of the Year and is a former Young Poet of Ledbury Festival. Originally from Birmingham, UK, he holds degrees from Oxford University and the University of Texas, Austin, where he edited the Bat City Review. He is co-founder and editor of online poetry project



" 'Not organs anymore but an idea of connection' - the poetry of Caleb Klaces is an art of linkage: fire to fish to swim; thought to the taboo vocabulary of the body. Intellect is nothing without gentleness, however, and there are delicate poems here of family and love - and striking observations of worlds as far apart as the Aya Sofia, Texas, and the Antarctic. As Klaces says, it's impossible 'to stop one thing becoming another / ever: bliss and everything else.' He accepts the bewildering challenge and guides his fascinated reader through." Richard Price

'These are bold poems: a modern metaphysical writing…Fusing thought and experience, they are startling for their intelligence, but also for their emotional honesty. Caleb Klaces writes disconcertingly and distinctively; he is a poet to watch.'  Jane Griffiths


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