These endnotes and reading list accompany David N Thomas’ article, ‘Under Milk Wood, A Play for Ears: David N Thomas reflects on the radio concept of community portraiture and the influence of Philip Burton and T Rowland Hughes on Dylan Thomas’ classic script‘ published in New Welsh Reader 123, summer 2020.   [1] Private worlds, vantage […]
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Seren Publisher Takes Up European Schwob Fellowship

Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 03/07/14

CATEGORY: Notes

Congratulations to Seren publisher Mick Felton for being awarded a Schwob Fellowship. Last month he attended a meeting of 7 European & 1 Finnish p …

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Philip Gross Scoops Wales Book of the Year

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 01/07/10

CATEGORY: Notes

Philip Gross has scooped the £10,000 Wales Book of the Year award for I Spy Pinhole Eye, an ekphrastic collaboration with photographer Simon Denison. …

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Wales Book of the Year Shortlist – 2010

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 07/06/10

CATEGORY: Notes

The Wales Book of the Year 2010 Short List was announced in a special event on Sunday 6 June 2010, at The Guardian Hay Festival. From a longlist which …

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Congratulations…

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 27/04/10

CATEGORY: Notes

To New Welsh Review board member Tiffany Murray, who wins a place on the shortlist of the 2010 Wodehouse Prize, alongside Ian McEwan. The winner will …

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Wales Book of the Year 2010 Longlist announced

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 21/04/10

CATEGORY: Notes

The longlist for the English language Welsh Book of the Year has been announced. The titles in contention for the £10,000 prize are as follows: Carry …

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National Theatre Wales

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 02/03/10

CATEGORY: Notes

National Theatre Wales featured in The Guardian.

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Sleep Furiously wins Guardian’s Best First Film Award

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 16/02/10

CATEGORY: Notes

Read the story here. Read Peter Bradshaw’s review here.

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T.S. Elliot Prize goes to Phillip Gross

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 19/01/10

CATEGORY: Notes

The 2009 T. S. Eliot Prize has been won by Philip Gross. The prize is the most prestigious in British Poetry. Philip’s winning book, The Water Table, …

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Borders on the Brink?

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 25/11/09

CATEGORY: Notes

Borders facing possible administration, the Guardian reports.

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