Carol DeVaughn is an American-born poet.
After reading English and Art History in
Amherst, Massachusetts, Carol had an apprenticeship at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, which included doing independent research and her chosen subject was the relationship between Buddhist thought and Western art forms. In 1970, she moved to London, where she has lived and worked ever since, teaching English language and literature, researching in the British Museum Reading Room and the V & A Library, practising T’ai Chi, and life-modelling.  Since 2004, she has won prizes for her poetry, including a Bridport in 2012, and was long-listed in the National Poetry Competition 2011.  She has been reciting poems for charity since 1995. Her first collection, Life Class, was published by Oversteps Books in 2018.





Sower at Sunset






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