Charles Wallace India Trust Fellowship in Aberystwyth, Wales

Charles Wallace India Trust Fellowship in Aberystwyth, Wales

Applications are now open for our new CWIT Fellowship for emerging literary translators and creative writers from India, based in Aberystwyth and jointly managed by Literature Across Frontiers and University of Wales Trinity Saint David.

Only Indian citizens domiciled and resident in ...more

Representation in Creative Europe Conference in London

Elin Haf Gruffydd Jones, Director of Mercator International, home of Wales Literature Exchange, will take part in a Creative Europe Conference held in London this week, representing our sister organisation, Literature Across Frontiers.

The conference, CONNECT! – a Creative ...more

Winner of the 2018 Her Gyfieithu (Translation Challenge) Announced

Llewelyn Hopwood has been proclaimed the winner of the 2018 Wales Literature Exchange and Wales PEN Cymru Her Gyfieithu (Welsh-language Translation Challenge).

Originally from Carmarthen, Llewelyn Hopwood currently eads modern languages at Jesus College, Oxford.  He will ...more

Kathak Cynghanedd: one dancer – two poets – three hometowns – four languages  

How does a word begin? How does movement begin? How do they combine into a form that has its roots in tradition yet lends itself to endless innovation? 
 
Poets Eurig Salisbury and Sampurna Chattarji met in a poetry translation workshop in 2010 and have kept in touch ever since. ...more