Translating Wales, Reading the World
Six stellar short stories.
Aled Jones Williams
Intricate and multi-layered… perceptive insight by an inimitable wordsmith.
Aberfan seems to have been left unmarked by any British poet laureate… Fifty years on, Owen Sheers has finally offered the tribute due from a laureate.
Manon Steffan Ros
Gentle and tender, stark reality and loss and suffering… I didn’t want it to end.
In this virtuoso new collection, Paul Henry… takes his place as one of the most important Welsh poets now writing.
Gripping and innovative… a bona fide ghost story that won’t disappoint.
Powerfully felt, sinister, vivid.
A sharp, pacy novel that has all the best hallmarks of the literary thriller.
In the vast collection of crime fiction, this is up there with the best from Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Scotland and the US. A gripping plot.
Poet and author Sian Northey, took part in a translation workshop organised by our sister organistaion, Literature Across Frontiers in Kerala, India recently. She sent a poem on her ...more
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Wales Literature Exchange will be travelling to Sharjah this week for the 37th Sharjah International Book ...more
Wales Literature Exchange will be travelling to Germany next month for the biggest gathering in the ...more
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