New Welsh Reader – Autumn 2022 Issue no.130 (print)

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RESTORED MEMORY

Photography by Anthony Arrowsmith

TOP WRITERS IN THE NEW WELSH WRITING AWARDS 2022 RHIEDOL PRIZE FOR PROSE WITH A WELSH THEME OR SETTING

River Memoir/writing of place by Tim Cooke, set along the Ogmore River edgelands, about lost children and 'dark play'

Venus as a Spinster Selected vignettes from an essay and memoir by Hattie Morrison, on the erasure of women from the Welsh wool industry

Anna and the Angel A feminist retelling of the biblical story of Tobias and the Angel, set in contemporary Cardiff and Newport, by Eleanor Williams

Taxi Preview from Jonathan Edwards' story collection, 'Valleysworld'

Revival Rae Leaver’s novella is a homage to Allen Raine’s Queen of the Rushes, set during the Edwardian Nonconformist revival in Cwm Rhondda

ADDITIONAL NONFICTION

Tidelands: Burry Port and the Loughor estuary Angela Evans (in the second of a series celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Wales Coast Path) reports on a skeleton coast, Bonaparte’s niece and Amelia Earhart’s emergency landing

Haunted Landscape Steven Lovatt’s third part in his series of travel writing, ‘Notes from a Hungarian Journal’

POETRY

The Sheep Show Hilary Menos

Bait Bryony Littlefair

National Eisteddfod, Carmarthen, 1975 Julia Bell

The Fir Church Rhiannon Hooson

July 2nd, 15:08 Mari Ellis Dunning

Burning Alive a Sack of Cats James Appleby

Emperor Penguins Rhiannon Fielder-Hobbs

Conscription Vicky Morris

Reverdie Rory Waterman

Awash Laurinda Lind

Notes On The Resurrection, iii & iv Christine Hamm

 

 

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