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Wales' foremost literary magazine | Publish great writers from Wales and beyond | Winter Issue New Welsh Reader 119: Women in Water Out Now
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New Welsh Review 11h
The wait is nearly over... We announce the shortlists of the 2019 in just one week on Wednesday 1 May bookshop at 6pm. Join us! It's free, and wine and snacks will be served
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New Welsh Review 17h
Don't miss the NCLA & PBS 2 May at Sage . Book now for an inspiring day of poetry, art, music & innovation with Andrew McMillan, Mary Ruefle, Malika Booker & many more - only £13.50 for PBS Members
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New Welsh Review 18h
One month to go until we announce the winners of the 2019 during on Friday 24 May. Watch this space!
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Parthian Books Apr 16
We're launching Adam Somerset's debut essay collection 'Between the Boundaries' in London on May 21st. Tickets are 100% free, and you can grab them here:
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New Welsh Review Apr 22
Look forward to hearing what you think, Tim!
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Cath Barton Apr 17
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New Welsh Review Apr 10
We've extended the date by which you can submit your votes to the 2019 Readers' Poll until *Tuesday 23 April* Vote today in our Dystopian Novella poll here:...
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New Welsh Review Apr 10
We've extended the date by which you can submit your votes to the Readers' Poll until *Tuesday 23 April* Vote today in our Dystopian Novella poll here: or our Writing with a Welsh theme or setting here:
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Hannah Austin Apr 9
The finished article - "Exquisitely Rough: Outsiders, Social Class, and the Iceberg of London Publishing" - is now up at , yay!
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Tŷ Newydd Apr 5
Congratulations to all the longlisted authors! Very pleased to play a small part in these worthy awards. Two writers will receive vouchers towards a Tŷ Newydd course of their choice. Check out the longlist here:
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Monty Lit Fest Apr 8
Calling all budding authors! Learn how to hone your book pitch at a unique session with Gwen Davies and of . Details here:
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The Bookseller Apr 1
Fourteen writers have been longlisted by literary magazine for this year’s New Welsh Writing Awards:
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CJ Cooke/Carolyn Jess-Cooke Apr 2
Delighted to have my poem 'Line up' - about my daughter's autism diagnosis - featured in 's multi-media showcase along with gems from Annabel Luery, Kitty Donnelly, and Mark Blayney - listen and watch here:
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Gwasg Honno Press Apr 2
The latest Bookclub Podcast with Gwen Davies, Suzy Ceulan Hughes & Mary Jacob discussing Jane Aaron's collection (as editor) of historical short stories from Wales, A View Across the Valley: Short tories by Women from Wales, c1850-1950
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Hannah Austin Apr 3
I've got an opinion piece (trans.: massive rant) up at today: "'Exquisitely Rough': Outsiders, Social Class, and the Iceberg of London Publishing"
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Creative Writing at Swansea University Apr 1
Huge congratulations to Swansea PhD students Kate Murray and Sarah Tanburn! We are so proud and privileged to have such a talented cohort. Shortlist announced 1 May.
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New Welsh Review Apr 1
We're looking forward to being at for the first time this year - thank you for inviting us! You can book your tickets now via
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The Bookseller Apr 1
.'s Writing Awards 2019 longlist revealed:
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PenarthNubNews Apr 1
Two wonderful Penarthians have been named on the 2019 longlist for the . Congratulations to and for their listing. Keep an eye out on for the shortlist and winner announcements in May.
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