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NWR Issue 99

Mark Tredinnick Filmed at Aberystwyth University



Mark Tredinnick reads 'Stopped by the Road at the End of the World' and talks about the eco-humanities movement and how 'Art persuades longer than argument does'.

Filmed by Sara Penrhyn Jones at Aberystwyth University Department of English & Creative Writing, 20 March 2013 as part of Mark Tredinnick's Wales tour hosted by New Welsh Review.

Special thanks to Katherine Stansfield, AU, Literature Wales, Glamorgan University & the Dylan Thomas Centre.

Mark Tredinnick won the Cardiff International Poetry Award in 2012 for his poem 'Margaret River Sestets'. He lives and works in New South Wales, Australia.



       


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