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Keinc

Keinc

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Keinc (in English ‘branch’) is a debut collection that twists between mythology and relationships, between language and form. Influenced by Medieval Welsh folktales, but also by Dostoevsky and Kerouac, Rhys Trimble's poetic voice is visceral, lithe and distinctive. A collection which pushes at the boundaries of poetic structure, challenging linguistic perceptions.

Rhys Trimble is a bilingual poet, performer, tutor and editor working in North Wales. He was born in 1977 in Livingstone, Zambia and brought up in Gwent and Pontneddfechan, South Wales. Rhys Trimble has been published in many journals including Poetry Wales, Tears in the Fence, Seventh Quarry, Coffee House Poetry, Aesthetica and Skald. He has recently collaborated with Zoë Skoulding and musician and record producer Alan Holmes on a track for their band Parking Non-Stop.