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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.
'Her prose has a marvelous lyricism whether she is describing the heat of Ismailia or the rain in Wales.' The Times Literary Supplement
'One of the most exciting writers working in Wales today.' Taliesin
'Donahaye's existential quest takes many routes that lead to arresting poems, the best of which catch you by the throat.' Dannie Abse
'Its hand grasps your heart so violently as to leave thumbprints.' The Independent
'One of the most gifted writers of her generation.' Poetry Review
'McGuinness's poems never waste your time and never overstay their welcome.' The Times Literary Supplement
'Unflinching and extremely funny.' Dan Rhodes
Deborah Kay Davies
'Davies has captured the malaise of the virtual age.' The New York Times
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