Marged Tudur is a poet, writer, and editor from Morfa Nefyn and now lives in Caernarfon.
She graduated in Welsh at Aberystwyth University, studied an MA in Creative Writing, and was awarded a PhD for her study on reading lyrics form Welsh pop songs from the last fifty years as literature.
She is a member of the Talwrn ‘Dros yr Aber’ team.
She is one of the editors of Rhywbeth i’w Ddweud (‘Something to Say’, Cyhoeddiadau Barddas, 2017), a volume by various contributors that looks at the power of words by exploring influential political Welsh songs.
In 2020 she published her first volume of poetry, Mynd (‘Going’, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch), in which discusses the experience of losing her brother. The volume won the 2021 Book of the Year award in the Poetry category and is selected to our 2021 Bookcase.