Issue 90,

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New Welsh Review 90, Winter 2010


Editorial:


Our Life Stories (Kathryn Gray)
In a recent article for waleshome.org, Dylan Moore, founder and co-editor of the erstwhile print magazine The Raconteur (which will now appear in an online format), laments the difficulties and risks of those who would seek to establish and develop a small literary magazine in a climate that would appear to care little for such. I have never founded a literary magazine, so Moore's unenviable struggles in this department are ones that I cannot (with some gratitude, for that) comment on. And, yet, I understand all too well the challenges facing those who wish to develop and sustain audiences....read more...

Features

The Whore's Hustle (and the Hustler's Whore) by Rachel Trezise
On Patagonia by Clare Dudman
The Strange and the Sublime by Mark Valentine
Hyperreal by Rebbecca Ray
Three Heads by Menna Elfyn
The Hailstorm by Eamon Bourke

Fiction

The Chameleon by Gee Williams
El Azir: Some Pages from his Notebooks by Robert Minhinnick

Poems

Poems by :
Zoe Brigley
Kate Miller
Helen Mort
Kathryn Simmonds
Michael Symmons Roberts
Geoffrey Hil

Reviews

What the Water Gave Me by Pascale Petit
Zoë Brigley

Bamboo Grove by Romy Wood, and Uncharted by Jon Gower
David Towsey

A Single Swallow by Horatio Clare
John Harrison

The Song House by Trezza Azzopardi
Garan Holcombe

Writing the Picture by David Hurn and John Fuller
Tim Lidaret

Freshers by Joanna Davies
Katherine Stansfield

The Great Lie: A Nicholas Talbot Adventure by M. Stansford-Smith
Emma Rea

Paper Spurs by Olga Merino, translated by Aneurin Gareth Thomas
Amanda Hopkinson

A History of Independent Television in Wales by Jamie Medhurst
Mike Parker

Faith, Hope and Love by Llwyd Owen
Suzy Ceulan Hughes

Pocket Notebook by Mike Thomas
Anna Scott

Fairground Music: The World of Porthcawl Funfair by Robert Minhinnick and Eamon Bourke
Katie O'Reilly



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