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New Welsh Reader 121, Autumn 2019


Winners of the Rheidol Prize for Writing with a Welsh Theme or Setting (Gwen Davies)

Here are the winners of this summer’s New Welsh Writing Awards 2019 Rheidol Prize for Writing on a Welsh Theme or Setting. Here are nonfiction essays on sport, music and popular cultural history and memoir, as well as fiction in the form of a preview novel extract by Robert Minhinnick, a fantasy novella extract by Sarah Tanburn set in a future independent Wales, and an excerpt from Mark Blayney’s Jewish Cardiff-set novella. Plus, DK Fields, the team behind the new political fantasy trilogy, Tales of Fenest, explores issues of democracy and power within their own collaborative writing process.

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