Person    | Male  Born 9/7/1918  Died 26/12/2006

John Heath-Stubbs

Categories: Poetry

Poet. Born Streatham Manor, Leigham Avenue (though his parents lived in Hampstead) into a wealthy family. Partially and progressively blind from age 18. Gay. Influenced by by classical myths. In 1989 he was made OBE. Received the Queen’s Medal for poetry in 1973 and the OBE in 1989. Died at the Athlone House nursing home in Woodfield Road, Westminster.

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