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Browse our Bookcases, selected annually by the Exchange as a window to recent Welsh literary works which we recommend for translation.
'Magnificent. Unforgettable. A dazzling coming-of-age novel.' Le Figaro
Manon Steffan Ros
'This is a novel which engages with our primitive instincts in a world where our instincts are fading.' Catrin Beard
'A magnetising collection… one long love-song, often wry, always beautiful, to the sustaining riches of the human imagination.' Alice Entwistle
'One of the most exciting writers working in Wales today.' Taliesin
'Hadley joins Munro and Tóibín as one of the most clear-sighted chroniclers of contemporary emotional journeys.' The Guardian
'A darkly comic triumph full of uncomfortable truths.' ShortList Magazine
'Minhinnick’s powerful work has an epic quality.' The Independent
'Burying the Wren is a major event and achievement in the poetry of these islands.' Ian Duhig
'Reynolds’s near-future is brilliantly extrapolated, with original ideas fizzing off each page. Excellent.' The Guardian
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