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Rhys Trimble is a bilingual poet, performer and editor alive in North Wales. Born in 1977 in Livingstone Zambia and brought up in Gwent and Pontneddfechan South Wales. He is published in Poetry Wales, Tears in the Fence, Seventh Quarry, Coffee House Poetry, Aesthetica, Skald and various other magazines and radio. Editor of ctrl+alt+del www.cad.theabsurd.co.uk a .pdf based pocket sized experimental poetry magazine. Recent works include 'Dancing' with Zoë Skoulding and Alan Holmes on a track for Parking Non-Stop.
Reviews: With respect to keinc (Cinnamon Press, 2010)
"…a genuine exploration of what it means to write in a bilingual context. Welsh is not used as a decorative peppering in his work… Instead, it forms part of an understanding of place as composed of multiple linguistic trajectories. Trimble’s work is intersecting here with some urgent contemporary issues. This is risk-taking work from a young and still-developing writer that suggests some exciting new directions for poetry in Wales while responding thoughtfully to the past…"
afanc e.p. (Rhys Trimble, 2007)
keinc (Cinnamon Press, 2010)
Kapita (Knives, Forks and Spoons Press, 2010)