Harry Man works as a digital editor and Creative Writing tutor in London. In 2011 he produced a contemporary dance and poetry collaboration for the London College of Fashion. His work has appeared in a number of literary magazines and journals including the New Welsh Review. In a previous life Harry worked in editorial on […]
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Moving South at Seven

Katelyn Romaine

PUBLISHED ON: 04/09/12

CATEGORY: Notes

Katelyn Romaine is a classically trained pianist from southern Virginia. She has a BA Degree from Longwood University where she studied Creative Writi …

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West

Ben Potts

PUBLISHED ON: 04/09/12

CATEGORY: Notes

Ben Potts grew up in west Wales and is a graduate of University of Wales Lampeter. He blogs at The Storms of Jura. He now lives in South Yorkshire wit …

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Out the Back

Lowri Emlyn

PUBLISHED ON: 05/03/12

CATEGORY: Notes

New poetry from Lowri Emlyn. Lowri is originally from Merthyr Tydfil and now lives and works in Aberystwyth. She has recently completed an MA in Creat …

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Rainer Maria Rilke, from Sonnets to Orpheus

Martyn Crucefix

PUBLISHED ON: 05/03/12

CATEGORY: Notes

Martyn Crucefix has won numerous prizes, including a major Eric Gregory award and a Hawthornden Fellowship. He has published five collections of poetr …

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Nothing but

Stevie Krayer

PUBLISHED ON: 05/03/12

CATEGORY: Notes

Poetry from Stevie Krayer. Stevie’s second collection, Questioning the Comet, is published by Gomer. She has also published a translation of RM Rilke’ …

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On Football: One Team in Wales

Dylan Moore

PUBLISHED ON: 20/02/12

CATEGORY: Notes

In a nation where sport can sometimes seem like religion, politics and culture rolled into one, rugby unites and football divides. Want to read the fu …

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The Elvis Festival

Robert Minhinnick

PUBLISHED ON: 20/02/12

CATEGORY: Notes

Now town teems with men with impossibly black wigs and muttonchops. They are entrants in the festival’s karaokes and competitions. And I ask, who are …

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Editor’s endnote

PUBLISHED ON: 29/12/11

CATEGORY: Notes

With this number, I am bidding farewell to The New Welsh Review, as its editor. A large part of the Review is devoted to a selection of writers of tha …

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Richard Ayoade on Submarine

Kathryn Gray

PUBLISHED ON: 04/03/11

CATEGORY: Notes

Here’s a good youtube clip of Richard Ayoade at the Toronto Film Festival – on his adaptation of Joe Dunthorne’s Submarine. The film was also recently …

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