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Poem Issue 117: The Visitor
Poem by Mari Ellis Dunning

Blog Issue 106: Another Mumblecore Masterpiece: A Wonderful Christmas Time
Hot on the successful heels of Benny and Jolene, which debuted earlier this year, Welsh-born writer and director Jamie Adams has produced a second mumblecore masterpiece – and just in time for Christmas!

Blog Issue 102: A Snow Goose and Other Utopian Stories
Mari Ellis Dunning was at the launch of mountaineer and nature writer Jim Perrin’s debut short story collection at Aberystwyth Arts Centre bookshop

Blog Issue 104: Surfing the Digital New Wave: Benny and Jolene
Mari Ellis Dunning hails a masterpiece of Welsh comedy in director Jamie Adams’ debut feature film starring Submarine and Fresh Meat stars and airing Welsh talent and locations

Blog Issue 103: Burrard Inlet and The Scrapbook
Mari Ellis Dunning was at the Aberystwyth launch of Tyler Keevil’s second, Book of the Year shortlisted novel, The Drive, and Carly Holmes’ debut novel...

Blog Issue 106: Cinnamon Press Poetry Event at Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Following publication in several magazines and journals, as well as a fully fledged poetry pamphlet, Tilt is Ros Hudis’ first complete poetry collection.

Blog Issue 101: Y Creadur/The Creature by Harri Gwynn
Mari Ellis Dunning reviews Harri Gwynn's 'Y Creadur', performed in Welsh by Twm Morys and in his English translation by Robert Minhinnick at Aberystwyth Arts Centre, 30 October 2013

Blog Issue 107: The Short Story in Wales, Welsh Academy relaunch, 25 May

Last weekend saw a day of celebration in Aberystwyth’s National Library, where writers, readers and academics came together in support of the short story in Wales.

Review Issue 100: Say Goodbye to the Boys
Crystal Jeans enjoys this forties-set whodunit, once she realises that’s what it is.

Blog: Aeronwy Thomas-Ellis, Daughter of Dylan Thomas, Dies Aged 66
Tributes paid following the sad news of the death of Aeronwy Thomas. Read the full story here

Blog: Literature Wales Writers' Bursaries
Glad to see that bursaries for authors will continue to feature as part of the brand new Literature Wales (formerly Academi) remit...

Blog Issue 108: Dark Movements, exhibition by Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Aberystwyth Arts Centre
The foundation of this exhibition is the series of drawings entitled The Mare’s Tale produced by Clive Hicks-Jenkins in the early years of this century and shortly after the death of his father, Trevor.

Review: Blow on a Dead Man's Embers
Mari Strachan's second novel, is set in a quiet Welsh village just after the First World War.

Review Issue 101: The Rice Paper Diaries
Suzy Ceulan Hughes enjoys a stylish debut of alienation and homecoming.

Blog Issue 111: The Elephant’s Foot: Accidents, Disaster and Poetry
Last month I released a new book, or I didn’t release a new book. I’m not sure. I know I didn’t launch anything, not in the usual sense.

Blog Issue 101: Good at Self-Deprecation? Not Really. Aime Williams at London Welsh Litfest
Aime Williams covers the Wales, Bloomsbury & Beyond day at the London Welsh Centre's Litfest, and muses on self-deprecation, Pinocchio and rapping about tea.

Creative Issue 119: The Treatment
Novel Preview by Michael Nath: From Chapter 20 where the narrator Caryl Hyatt remembers meeting his second wife, Karen, and what she asked him.

Blog: Handbag etiquette and A.N. Wilson roots for Wales!
Happy days, and yet too much pudding chokes the dog, as the Welsh idiom goes

Blog Issue 101: A Donkey-load of Silver
NWR editor Gwen Davies reads Owain Hughes' memoir of life on the Dwyryd estuary and asks whether this may signal a trend for privileged and deracinated north-Wales memoirs by children of artistic parentage

Essay Issue 114: The Poet, The GP, The Publican and a Pig Named Wallis
It is in the nature of Dylan Thomas that even at this late date, he is still capable of springing surprises on us.

Blog Issue 108: The Lost Notebook of Dylan Thomas
Jeff Towns recalls the most satisfying moment was hearing the gavel crash down declaring the Swansea University bid he was fronting as the winner. There were high fives in Sotheby’s last November.

Interview Issue 102: Interview with Charlotte Williams
The plot must impel the reader to find out more; the characters must come alive, live and breathe.


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