Steven Blyth was born in 1968 in Bolton and now lives in Manchester. He has published several collections of poetry and has been widely published in magazines over the years, including The Spectator, Stand, PN Review, The Rialto, Poetry Wales and the Observer. His poetry won a Gregory Award in 1994. He works in local government.
He is available for readings and can be contacted by email:
Stejamb at aol.com
… with his modestly pitched aims and tendency to employ a casual line formation, irregular rhyme and half-rhyme, Blyth has managed to create a strangely poignant and far-reaching poetry
Peter Reading, Times Literary Supplement
Blyth manages to be entertaining, even oddly affirmative …
Alan Brownjohn, Sunday Times
Blyth is anything but artless. Blyth is adept at concealing rhyme and half-rhyme …There’s much to admire.
Stephen Knight, Times Literary Supplement