NWR Issue r11

Review 11

Welcome to Review 11, our e-edition of reviews and comment, this time free-to-view. October 2016
Gwen Davies

Narcissism in the ekphrastic poems of RS Thomas discovered posthumously in the modern art section of his bookshelves. Personal and family grief as portrayed in half-Welsh, Mormon bred Carys Bray’s second novel. An interconnected story collection from Alan Bilton that envelopes like a surreal origami you’d pay through the nose to experience. Miniature video dramas of poems on the force of nature and role models behaving well and badly.


previous editorial: Punks and Safety Pins
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