Charles Causley

Charles Causley is the author of over thirty books of prose and poetry including, most recently, Secret Destinations: Selected Poems 1977-88 (David R. Godine). He was the 1990 recipient of The Ingersoll Foundation's T.S. Eliot Award, for which this was his acceptance speech. He lives in Launceston, Cornwall. 

Latest by Charles Causley in Chronicles

  • What Gift?
    February 1991

    What Gift?

    I am a Cornishman, a Celt, born in the far southwest of England. Apart from the six years of the Second World War and my time as a student at a college of education, I have lived the whole of my life not only in the small market-town of Launceston, where I was born, but also within the same parish.

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