Jeremy Dixon

Jeremy DixonJeremy Dixon was born in Essex and now lives in rural South Wales making Artist’s Books that combine poetry and photography. His poems have appeared both online and in print in Roundyhouse Magazine, Riptide Journal, Lighthouse Journal, Durable Goods, and Really System, among others. For more information please visit http://www.hazardpress.co.uk, or follow him on Twitter; @HazardPressUK

Jeremy’s poem for The Other Side of Sleep, is In Retail (xxiii) the almost verbatim one-sided conversation of a Sales Assistant one busy lunchtime.

for Liberty Tales Jeremy has provided three poems, Tabernacle Lane; Flax, San Fransisco; and Pearls Over Shanghai in response to the massacre at Pulse, Orlando

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