In this virtuoso new collection, Paul Henry… takes his place as one of the most important Welsh poets now writing....more
Based in the unofficial cultural capital of Wales, Aberystwyth, the Exchange is committed to literary translation as a necessary element in a delicate ecology. Respect for human relations and their context in the world are vital to international exchange, and so we travel consciously, always asking why and how.
The Exchange is small, but many things: an agency facilitating the sale of translation rights, a translation grant fund for publishers, a workshop bringing together writers and translators, a library of translations, and a curator of translation events. In essence, we are a window between Wales and the world.
Poet and performer Rhys Trimble spent the month of December in residence at the Ventspils International Writers' and Translators’ House (hyperlink ...more
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'Zero Hours on the Boulevard: Tales of Independence and Belonging', published by Parthian in collaboration with ...more
We have received copies of the Italian translation of Patrick McGuinness’ poems "The Canals of Mars, Jilted City and ...more
See photo below for details of the events to launch 'Zero Hours on the Boulevard: Tales of Independence ...more
Wales Literature Exchange will be heading to the London Book Fair between 12–14 March, the global ...more