Caeia March has been called a storyteller of great sensitivity and this, her first collection of poetry, fully supports this description. A passionate writer, Caeia shares through her intensely moving poetry a story of self discovery that is uniquely hers and yet touches depths of feeling and wisdom in us all. Poetry for every woman and man who cares about relationship and will settle for no less than the truth.
Caeia March, born in the Isle of Man in 1946, grew up in south Yorkshire and read social science at London University. Publishing her first non-fiction at twenty five, Caeia then moved into the feminist world of women's literature, history and poetry in her twenties and thirties. She taught Social Anthropology at Avery Hill College, then Creative Writing and Women's International History for Goldsmiths' College. Caeia now lives in Devon with her life partner Cynth Morris, has two married sons and is looking forward to her first grandchildren in the coming year.