Issue 80,

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New Welsh Review 80, Summer 2008


Editorial:


Back to the Present (Francesca Rhydderch)
The photographs by Tina Carr and Annemarie Schöne that feature in this issue of New Welsh Review serve as a stark reminder of how the present becomes past, and of what happens if those of us who are in one way or another keepers of our histories abandon the notion of posterity. The images published here are drawn from a larger series, which has been exhibited in London and Wales; they include a variety of domestic interiors and exteriors, and an extensive series of chapel
images. What is compelling about them is the beating heart underneath the 'still lives' that you first assume them to be.read more...

Features

Theatres of Memory by Andrew Green
The Librarian of the National Library of Wales, puts the recent digitisation debate into a broader historical context.

One Hundred Welsh Poets by Alan Riach
Alan Riach considers the recently published Poetry 1900-2000: One hundred poets from Wales edited by Meic Stephens, which raises 'questions about how to identify and describe the variety that constitutes a national tradition, what its relations are with contemporary developments'.

A Female Tradition by Kirsti Bohata
Kirsti Bohata considers three recent publications from Jane Aaron, Katie Gramich and Ursula Masson that offer a feminist perspective on the Anglo-Welsh canon, and which mark 'an important turing point in the field'; they have 'demonstrated beyond question that Welsh women could and did write'.

Celestial Ram, Holy Lamb by Imogen Rhia Herrad
The author traces a cultural history of sheep.

Photo / Poem Collaboration by David Hurn and Kathryn Simmonds
A Writer's History by D.J. Britton
Abandoned by Tina Carr and Annemarie Schöne

Fiction

Water Lion by Penny Simpson
Brown by LLoyd Jones

Poems

Poems by :
Matt Bryden
Viki Holmes
Anna Lewis
Oliver Reynolds
Gregory Warren Wilson
Tamar Yoseloff

Reviews


The majority of books reviewed in New Welsh Review can
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bookshop. All details were correct at the time of publication.
Swansea Terminal by Robert Lewis
Published by Serpent's Tail
ISBN 9781852429751 PB £7.99
Reviewed by Anthony Brockway
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At Arm's Length by Geraint Talfan Davies
Published by Seren
ISBN 9781854114365 PB £12.99
Reviewed by Peter Stead
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A Suite for Summer by John Freeman
Published by Worple
ISBN 9781905208104 PB £10.00
Reviewed by Richard Poole
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Walking on Waste by Mike Jenkins
Published by Gwasg Garreg Gwalch
ISBN 9781845271473 PB £7.50
Reviewed by Matthew Jarvis
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Sea Holly by Robert Minhinnick
Published by Seren
ISBN 9781854114358 PB £7.99
Reviewed by Anna Scott
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Welsh Furniture 1250 - 1950 by Richard Bebb
Published by Saer Books
ISBN 9780955377310 HB £150.00
Reviewed by William Linnard
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Liminal by Chris Keil
Published by Alcemi
ISBN 9780955527210 PB £9.99
Reviewed by Suzy Ceulan Hughes
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Salvage by Gee Williams
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Reviewed by Suzy Ceulan Hughes
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The Secret by Zoë Brigley
Published by Bloodaxe
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Reviewed by Wayne Thomas
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Going Under by Ray French
Published by Vintage
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Reviewed by Cathryn Scott
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Auschwitz by Angela Morgan Cutler
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Reviewed by Kate North
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