Robert Huddleston

Robert Huddleston is a poet, translator, and critic whose work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in American Literary Review, Boston Review, Colorado Review, and Narrative Magazine.


Saint Luke Drawing the Virgin by Alexandra Huddleston & Robert Huddleston

  A Process Note Though we are siblings, Alexandra and I work not only in different media but often on different continents. We often communicate by email, and our collaborations have also arisen that way. These works were created separately. The affinity was uncovered, or subliminally revealed, in their pairing like “the chance […]


from Pied Beauty by Alexandra Huddleston & Robert Huddleston

    A Process Note   “Cold Pastoral” and “July 14, a bit of shade becomes a blessing” were not created as a pair. Rather the affinity was uncovered, or subliminally revealed, like “the chance encounter of a sewing machine and an umbrella on a operating table.” The image is […]