A huge thank you to the following Platinum, Diamond, Gold, Silver and Bronze supporters of our Secure the Future of New Welsh Review Crowdfunding campaign which we ran from February – April 2020. We raised £15,422 thanks to your help in order to secure the future of the magazine…

Platinum Supporters

Katie Gramich
Susan Merriman
Jasmine Donahaye
Jackie Morris
Tasha Alden
Tracey Rhys
Rhiannon Lewis
Gareth Lewis
Clive Upton
Kurt Heinzelman
Ruhi Behi
Dr Chris W Pitt
E Clifford Cutler
Amy Strange
Tina Carr
Jim Pratt
Elaine Margaret Ewart
Roger Williams

Diamond Supporters

Mary Chadwick
Mary J Oliver
Kaite O’Reilly
Professor Tony Curtis

Gold Supporters

Deborah Alma
Martin Evans
John Alvey
Anne Maguire
Catrin Davies
Valerie O’Riordan
Ben Wilkinson
Mandy Sutter
Michael Nath
Morgan Davies
Jonathan Richards
Judith Griffith
C Lacey
Maria Goulding
Sarah Broughton
Jennie Bailey
Gaynor Jones
Alison Layland
Megan Farr

Silver Supporters

Emlyn Williams
Kath Little
Nathan Munday
Katie Munnik
Nik Taylor
Ilene Alexander
Hannah Engelkamp

Bronze Supporters

Katherine Symonds
Tim Cooke
Phil Olsen
Elen Caldecott
Peter Goulding
Susan Metcalfe
Abeer Ameer
Jane Commane


New Welsh Review is supported through core funding by the Books Council of Wales and is hosted by the Department of English and Creative Writing at Aberystwyth University.  The magazine is managed on a not-for-profit basis and as such welcomes financial and other sponsorship, which enable the magazine to maintain the literary and design standards for which it is renowned.


For the annual writer development prize, the New Welsh Writing Awards, we work in partnership with Gladstone’s Library, Literature Wales’ Ty Newydd Writing Centre and Cathryn Summerhayes at Curtis Brown Books. We are grateful for the continuing financial support from the long-term subscriber to the magazine, Richard Powell.

New Welsh Review welcomes expressions of interest and proposals for collaboration. We consider various forms of support, including sponsorship in kind. In return we offer negotiable benefits such as prominently advertised association with a long-established and well-regarded publication or collaboration on high-profile literary events. Supporting New Welsh Review supports the Arts in Wales. For further details please contact us.