Iain Twiddy

Iain Twiddy studied literature at university and lived for several years in northern Japan. He has poems published or forthcoming in Harvard Review, Landfall, The Blue Mountain Review, Poetry Ireland Review and elsewhere.


Standing in line in the supermarket, watching the conveyor belt’s black current snailed with stains, blotched with starry aftermaths, watching the way it carries off objects, lumps like limbs, plastic packets like armour, boxes and tins fortified like cities, this …

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