It’s not known for certain whether it was Jacobo himself, or maybe his father, maybe his grandfather. But Jacobo’s surname, my own surname, came about through trickery.
I was very clear, opening the envelope: no expectations. Let the stories be themselves. Do not guess at what you are going to like; do not decide in advance what you do not want to see...
An Arts Council Creative Wales Award offered me the opportunity to photograph our industrial coastscape. I've always had an interest in industry, but the project posed the question, what kind of industry exists on our stunning coastline today? I decided to make all of the images at night, using spot lamps to illuminate specific areas... I began at the second Severn Bridge...
The ‘kitchen table’ scenario whereby our only cultural output in terms of literary magazines is relegated to the extra-curricular activity of a pocket of enthusiasts, is likely to only appeal to a small demographic and it absolutely must not be allowe
NWR editor's conversation with Lloyd Jones and Cynan Jones about their novellas' themes of rugby, male identity, mental health breakdown and rubbish fathers.
NWR landmark hundredth issue publishes this Saturday, 25 May. Teaser-taster no. 14; subscribe now to view the full poem, ‘So’, by Maria Apichella, by securing your copy; reduced subscription package launched this week, save up to 40% on cover price wi
Fiona Sampson’s latest poetry collection, Coleshill, is a powerful, brooding portrait of a landscape both real and imagined. Kittie Belltree reviews. ...more>>>
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