Ian Duhig was born in London of Irish Catholic parents, and now lives in Leeds. He won the National Poetry Competition twice, in 1987 and 2001, and the Forward Prize for Best Poem in 2001. Named as one of the Poetry Book Society's New Generation poets, his work has also been shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize.
"We can flick communion hosts like tiny frisbees through car windows as they pass." Church Ash Wednesday Drive-thru: https://t.co/ufrn6Z81EN
by @ianduhig - 7 hours ago
"In the Kalevala ... more lines were devoted to the origins of beer than of the origins of mankind." https://t.co/KXl4eYh61Q
by @ianduhig - 14 hours ago
RT @TheEmmaPress: Just a week left to enter the @poetrybusiness book & pamphlet competition, judged by @ianduhig & Mimi Khalvati! https://t…
by @ianduhig - yesterday
"Tried These Recipes From The Anarchist Cookbook And They Tasted Like Shit!" angry new anarchist gourmet writes. https://t.co/XsgBSAMSxh
RT @sannewman: I have shot
who got into
and was writing
dude ate my plums
by @ianduhig - 2 days ago
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