(c) Andrew Green
(c) Andrew Green


Coastwalkers & Curious Travellers

I’ve just read Peter Finch’s Edging the Estuary (2013), not in one go, but, much like the author, in stops and starts, picking up the trail where I’d left off. It follows the Severn Estuary, more or less, from Chepstow to Worms Head, but also takes in parts of the opposite coast down to Lynmouth, with a foray to the islands out in the ‘grey brown water’. Like much travel writing it’s informative and irritating by turns...



Mary Lloyd Jones in Aberystwyth

Claire Pickard reviews the artist’s eightieth birthday celebration of a double exhibition and book launch


A Poet’s Year

Jonathan Edwards on a year promoting his Costa award-nominated debut poetry collection, My Family & Other Superheroes


Editor Responds to Magazines Funding Row

Editor Gwen Davies argues that a time of funding cuts calls for greater solidarity among publishers and more commitment from readers

NEW Multimedia Content

Ollie Bevington talks to Deryn Rees-Jones about Helen, the wife and biographer of poet Edward Thomas who is the muse for her latest collection, And You, Helen. Exclusively for subscribers, Ollie's interview for New Welsh Review with editor Penny Thomas is available here (log in here to access). He also speaks to Kate Hamer, the debut author of The Girl in the Red Coat (Faber), about a young girl’s disappearance. Plus: check out our winter podcast and audio review. Meanwhile, editor Gwen Davies presents the highlights from the winter issue here.


Local Therapy: Stories & Parables from Algeria and Ham & Jam and A Pearl

Phillip Clement surveys recent publications from Hafan Books, one of stories of Algerian human rights abuses, the other covering the terrains of Edward Lear, Becket and Barker more...



Theatre and the power of the imagination

Lucy Gough interviewed by Hazel Walford Davies from issue 46, autumn 1999. more...

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