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Emma Schofield
Associate Editor for . Freelance critic, academic, feminist, contemporary literature specialist and general book enthusiast.
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Dr. Melissa Ridley Elmes Aug 15
ONCE MORE FOR THE PEOPLE IN THE BACK: The past is always political. Literature is always political. Teaching is always political. Anyone who thinks these things shouldn't be politicized is living in a reality carefully orchestrated to obscure the fact that they already are.
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Wales Arts Review Aug 16
"[Meredith] has emerged as one of our most distinctive, imaginative, unexpectedly elegant and humane writers..." Jim Perrin revels in a new short story collection by Christopher Meredith. is available now from .
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So long Sophia Aug 13
& I are currently researching with how South Asian communities (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh) in WALES access arts & culture & any barriers you face. Get in touch to have a chat or hold a focus group - snacks are on us!
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Emma Schofield Aug 12
Series 2 of has taken it out of me. Infuriating, terrifying and as difficult to look away as it was to watch. All credit to Elizabeth Moss for conveying every emotion from anger to despair while saying so little in some episodes.
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Emma Schofield Aug 12
Spoiler alert: there are some cracking pieces being discussed here. Listen in, you know you want to.
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Wales Arts Review Aug 9
Associate editor is en-route to and will be covering all things Welsh. Follow his journey over the next 15 days, and use to tell us about yours!
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Rebecca Gould Aug 9
Are you a UK-based artist or company with an outstanding production that could tour internationally? Apply to be part of our showcase for international promoters at the Edinburgh Fringe.
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Emma Schofield Aug 8
Really enjoyed recording this today, thanks for having and I on for a chat, and
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Ann Hopcyn Aug 6
Hello Read this tweet and thought, “Surely that can’t be true?” Just read your timeline for the past 24hrs and there are zero reports from the amazing in Cardiff Bay. Ignoring Wales’ largest festival must be an intentional editorial decision.
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Emma Schofield Aug 7
Very much looking forward to a good discussion about all of these fascinating pieces:
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Jafar Iqbal Jul 31
Another call-out for Welsh or Welsh-based artists who will be performing at next month! I'll be covering the festival on behalf of so, if you have a connection to Wales (live, work, study/ied), I want to hear from you! FANX!
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Wales Arts Review Jul 3
Sad to hear of the death of Meic Stephens, writer, editor, professor, and colossal figure in the last 50 years of Welsh literature. He was a friend to us here from day one, and a supporter of all we did. He will be very much missed.
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Literature Wales May 22
Vote for your favourite shortlisted Wales Book of the Year 2018 title as part of the people’s choice in here:
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AWWE May 13
Watch this hashtag: , 10th-12th May 2019, on the loose theme of Mental and Emotional Lives of Welsh Writing. CfP at the turn of the year. Co-organisers: , and Luke Thurston of
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Wales Arts Review May 11
Wales Book of the Year 2018 - VOTE NOW We are enormously honoured to host and sponsor the Wales Book of the Year 2018 People’s Choice Award, in partnership with . Head over to the website and vote for your favourite.
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Emma Schofield Apr 24
Thanks! Was fab to hear about how much is happening, it's an exciting time for youth arts in Wales
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Emma Schofield Apr 24
It was great to have the chance to speak to about all the exciting events planned for this weekend's Casgliad. Read the full interview :
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Emma Schofield Apr 21
Replying to @DrEmmaSchofield
And while we're about it, why can't women act as role models for boys and vice versa? A female Dr Who can still be a role model for children of both genders.
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Emma Schofield Apr 21
I'm completely perplexed by this... The headline doesn't entirely match the article and it all feels rather confused. Since when has Dr Who been TV's 'sole, gentle, intellectual, charismatic male role model' for boys?
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Emma Schofield Apr 19
So I wrote this for about and how to in Wales:
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