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Our reviewed title, Love, by Hanne Ørstavik (translated from Norwegian by Martin Aitken) was finalist in the US National Book Awards, . Watch last night's ceremony,...
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New Welsh Review 18h
Congratulations to the winners of last night's US National Book Awards. We're delighted about the inaugural prize for Translated Literature—and not just because Love by Hanne Ørstavik, translated by Martin Aitken was a finalist (reviewed for us by...
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New Welsh Review Nov 14
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AberEnglishDept Nov 14
Super proud of our PhD student - as she says, prizes like this can be incredibly helpful for your writing career, so why not put in for it?!
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New Welsh Review Nov 14
Thank you for sharing!
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New Welsh Review Nov 14
Here's what Eluned Gramich had to say on how winning the in 2015 helped her writing career with Woman Who Brings the Rain. Authors, don't delay, enter the 2019 Awards with a top of £1,000 and e-publication today
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New Welsh Review Nov 14
Thanks for sending this out to NWR. Looking beautiful IRL!
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New Welsh Review Nov 14
Looking like an awesome line-up over there!
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Stuart Bartholomew Nov 13
In case you missed this (really?) The 2019 lineup is announced and ticket sales are open! It's a humdinger of a programme! All the deets at :-)
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Parthian Books Nov 13
Are you a writer under 30? needs you! Submit or to the link below for your chance at £1000 & immortalisation in . Deadline is 30 NOV, make haste:
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Seren Cornerstone Poetry Fest Nov 12
Hello world! 👋 we’re pleased to announce the Seren Cornerstone Poetry Festival will return to Cardiff 8-10 Feb 2019. Programme coming soon. More info on our website:
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Literature Wales Nov 13
! ! It’s that time of year again – we are now accepting submissions for the 2019 Wales Book of the Year Award 2019 . Click here for the eligibility criteria and submission form:
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New Welsh Review Nov 13
We still have some stock left of the lovely hand-crafted leather bookmarks created by Tregaron based Notch. Sign up a friend or family member to a subscription to NWR and they're receive one free!
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Cath Barton Nov 12
My debut novella published by this September. I'm 68.
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Nine Arches Press Nov 10
In 'Dirty Laundry' by Deborah Alma/ 's 'there is great joy, despite the pain and sorrow, in simply being alive' - fantastic of the collection in this month. Subscribe to read the full review:
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Graffeg Nov 9
'Rooted in a resonant sense of time and place - early 90s Pembrokeshire - and with a rich cast of kooky characters, it proves a pacey read... a trip worth taking.' - Mostyn Thomas and the Big Rave by Richard Williams is out now:
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Parthian Books Nov 8
describes 's debut as 'sparkling with a distinctly urban energy and contemporary cosmopolitanism.' Read their full review here:
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New Welsh Review Nov 8
Replying to @CulshawPoetry
Thanks!
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New Welsh Review Nov 7
Replying to @CulshawPoetry
Sorry, it's a prose only comp. Thanks for asking though, Julia
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Nathan Ll. Munday Nov 6
This is a brilliant award :) it’s well worth entering
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