Oliver Dixon was born in Sussex and, excepting periods travelling in Europe and Asia, has lived most of his adult life in London. He is a specialist teacher for students with learning disabilities. His poems and reviews have appeared in PN Review, The London Magazine, The Wolf, Frogmore Papers, Long Poem Magazine, Blackbox Manifold, Gists & Piths, and New Welsh Review. He blogs at Ictus (oliverdixon1.blogspot.com). Human Form is his first book.
ARTICLES FEATURING OLIVER
Answers on a Postcard: Departures, or Some Accidental British Debuts
SHE LEAVES, then later reflects, “I’ve had to do a lot less explaining myself out here.” ¤ ...