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Winter 2018



Story animation, ‘The Pavement Poet’, from collection Things that Make the Heart Beat Faster by Joao Morais.
Things that Make the Heart Beat Faster published by Parthian, June 2018. Animation by Michael Reynolds; voice by Toby Jones; audio recording and edit: Anna Lowthian; animation edit by Anna Lowthian with assistance by Gwen Davies.

Author interview video, Ursula Martin, author of One Woman Walks Wales.
One Woman Walks Wales published by Honno Press. Research, script & presentation: Kelley McKenna; camera & edit: Anna Lowthian. Includes two short readings by author.

Bookclub Podcast: The Red Abbey Chronicles series for young adults. (Maresi & Naondel) by Maria Turtschaninoff, published by Pushkin. Research, script & presentation: Kelley McKenna; recording & edit: Anna Lowthian; Contributors: Kelley McKchair (chair), Suzy Ceulan Hughes, Gwen Davies; additional research by Lis Jones.

Autumn 2017


Call for Entries: New Welsh Writing Awards 2018 Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection.
Call for Entries: New Welsh Writing Awards 2018 Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection, presented by competition judge Gwen Davies and featuring examples of essay collections including books by Jenny Diski, David Sedaris, Annie Dillard, James Baldwin & Eula Biss. Research, script, picture research & presentation: Gwen Davies. Producer & additional presentation: Yalan Bao. Additional research: Ashley Owen, Caroline Stockford, Fo Orbell, George Sandifer-Smith & Ellen Bell. Director, audio recording & edit: Aled John.

Notes of a Native Son: New Welsh Writing Awards & Readers’ Poll 2018: Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection.
Caroline Stockford recommends Notes of a Native Son by James Baldwin for the New Welsh Writing Awards & Readers' Poll 2018: Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection.

A View from the Bed: New Welsh Writing Awards 2018 & Readers’ Poll: AU Prize for an Essay Collection.
Ellen Bell presents Jenny Diski's A View from the Bed & Other Observations, her recommendation for an essay collection, offering inspiration for writers and readers in the New Welsh Writing Awards 2018 & Readers' Poll: Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection.

Adventures with the Wife in Space: New Welsh Writing Awards & Readers’ Poll 2018: AU Prize for an Essay Collection.
George Sandifer-Smith presents Neil Perryman's Adventures with the Wife in Space: Living with Doctor Who, his recommendation for an essay collection, offering inspiration for writers and readers in the New Welsh Writing Awards 2018 & Readers' Poll: Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection.

Holy the Firm: New Welsh Writing Awards 2018 & Readers’ Poll: Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection.
Ashley Owen presents Annie Dillard's Holy the Firm, her recommendation for an essay collection, offering inspiration for writers and readers in the New Welsh Writing Awards 2018 & Readers' Poll: Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection.

Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls: New Welsh Writing Awards & Readers’ Poll 2018: AU Prize for an Essay Collection.
Fo Orbell recommends Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls by David Sedaris for the New Welsh Writing Awards & Readers' Poll 2018: Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection.

Memoir Showcase.
Nominees in the New Welsh Writing Awards 2017: Aberystwyth Prize for Memoir, memoirs featured in New Welsh Reader 115, autumn 2017.

Poetry Showcase: Let Go, Let’s Go.
Poetry showcase comprising four poems on the themes of love, loss, duality and release. Featuring 'Ago' and 'Dandelion Seed' by Rhiannon Lloyd-Williams, 'The First Time' by Rhys Owain Williams, and 'Dumyat' by Heidi Williamson.

Yalan Bao reviews Dat’s Love by Leonora Brito.
Yalan Bao reviews the new edition of short stories in Parthian's Library of Wales series, Dat's Love by Leonora Brito, originally published in 1999.

Dewi Huw Owen reviews Welsh Verse, translations by Tony Conran, published by Seren.
Dewi Huw Owen reviews Welsh Verse, translations by Tony Conran, published by Seren.

New Welsh Review Bookclub Podcast: The House with Old Furniture by Helen D Lewis.
New Welsh Review's bookclub members, Suzy Ceulan Hughes, Gwen Davies, Mary Jacob and George Sandifer-Smith discuss the historical supernatural novel set in Pembrokeshire, The House with Old Furniture by Helen D Lewis (Honno). Yalan Bao is in the chair.

Summer 2017



Podcast: Waterfalls of Stars: My Ten Years on the Island of Skomer Free to View
Waterfalls of Stars: My Ten Years on the Island of Skomer by Rosanne Alexander. Contributors: Fiona Orbell, Caroline Stockford, Yalan Bao, Suzy Ceulan Hughes, Gwen Davies. Audio recording & editing: Aled John. Producer: Yalan Bao.

Interview with Sara Gethin Free to View
An interview with Sara Gethin, author of Not Thomas, a debut novel on violence, fostering and child protection akin to Emma Donoghue’s Room. Video by Aled John, research, presentation & production by Yalan Bao

Fiona Orbell reviews The Nearest Faraway Place by Hayley Long, published by Hot Key Books Free to View
Audio recording, edit & photography: Aled John. Producer: Yalan Bao. Senior Producer: Gwen Davies.

Caryl Lewis' story 'Y Llif' ('Against the Current') with English subtitles, read by Dewi Huw Owen and translated by Gwen Davies Free to View.
Subtitling by Aled John and Gwen Davies. Audio recording and edit by Aled John. Produced by Yalan Bao. Originally published in the short story collection Y Gwreiddyn (Y Lolfa). Thanks to Y Lolfa for permissions.

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IN DEPTH


Jo Mazelis 30 minute audio Free to view
Jo talks to NWR about her story 'The Key' and reads from it, published in NWR 104. Listen to her read from her story and chat to Caroline Stockford about writing short fiction and also about the author's forthcoming novel, Significance.

Daniel Williams 30 minute video
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Our third ever video IN DEPTH interview with Daniel looks in greater depth at the subject of Dylan Thomas and the Beats, Thomas' relationship to US black jazz and hipster culture and the bilingual multimedia production presented by Daniel himself, 'Dylan Live'. The interview includes clips from the production, which toured Wales and NYC this spring.

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NWR Early Summer Podcast 30 minute audio Free to View
Caroline Stockford talks to Cynan Jones about his novella, The Dig, and the process of drawing inspiration from one's surroundings. Novelist Carly Holmes, author of The Scrapbook, discusses her influences, peers and appearance at the XX Wales women's writing festival in Cardiff this spring. Followed by the first ever New Welsh Review Bookclub, this time discussing Eliza Granville's debut novel, Gretel and the Dark, with club members Suzy Ceulan Hughes, Mary Jacob, Gwen Davies and Caroline Stockford.

Late Summer Podcast 30 minutes
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Presented by Caroline Stockford. Samantha Wynne-Rhydderch explains the creative process of recent residencies and reads poetry from her pamphlet, Lime & Winter (Rack Press). Nicholas Murray, publisher of Rack Press, talks about his poetry pamphlet press, and the latest New Welsh Review Bookclub discusses Cynan Jones' Jerwood Fiction Uncovered prizewinning novella for Granta, The Dig, with club members Ellen Bell & Caroline Stockford. Produced by Glyn Langham.

IN BRIEF



Rob Mimpriss 10 minute video Free to view
In which Rob Mimpriss presents a north Walian fiction showcase in stories inspired by one hundred years of records at Denbigh Asylum, included in the summer issue. In the clip, Rob also talks about the North Wales Mental Health Project and reads from his story, 'Believer, 1905'

Gwen Davies, NWR 104 editorial highlights 10 minute audio Free to view

You can also still watch Caroline Stockford's spring '14 NWR interviews with Gwyneth Lewis here and Lisa Blower here, both free to view.

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