James Liddy (1934–2008) was an Irish poet, born in Dublin, Ireland. He is best known for his collections In A Blue Smoke (1964) and Blue Mountain (1968). The first volume of Liddy's memoir, The Doctor's House: An Autobiography, was published in 2004.
He died on 4 November 2008.
- Minihan, Mary (7 November 2008). "Tributes paid after death of poet James Liddy, aged 73". The Irish Times. Retrieved 12 August 2020.
- Irish Poetry of Faith and Doubt:The Cold Heaven, p. 187, ed. John F. Deane, Wolfhound Press, 1990.
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