New Welsh Review 49, Summer 2000


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• Iappy & the Lamps of Heaven by Jim Perrin
Jim Perrin remembers Iorwerth ap Gruffydd Hughes - Iappy Hughes - and his importance to the climbing community.
• Vernon Watkins: the music in the eyes by John Greening
An essay reaffirming the value of Vernon Watkin's poetry.
• Lmentre Poems by Victor Golightly
A review of a collection of Vernon Watkin's light verse.
• Poetic Pokemon in Paradise by Emyr Lewis
Welsh-language poets of the 20th century.
• Portrait of an artist as a sucker fish by Linda Adams
A consideration o fthe paintings of Margaret Lindsay Williams.
• Paintings of love, experience and observation by Ozi Rhys Osmond
A tribute to the artist Will Roberts.
• Disability Wales? by Maggie Hampton
'The culture of disabled people is a relatively new concept in Britain' but empowerment for both artists and audiences is on its way.
• A manifold world by Richard Poole
A celebration of the centenary of the birth of novelist Richard Hughes.
• 'A Difficult Man, Your Coombes' by Barbara Prys-Williams
The man behind the image of miner-writer B.L.Coombes.
• TIE and the Welsh lobsters by Eirwen Hopkins
A look back at Aberystwyth's International Festival of Theatre for Young Audiences and the light it throws on our Theatre in Education.
• 'Time flies past like an albatross' by Jeni Williams
Recent Welsh theatre.
• Performing the Past by Lisa Lewis
A discussion on the growth in importance of Museum Theatre.
• The Language of Wood by Tony Curtis
A look at two art exhibitions, David Nash's 'Wood Quarry' at Cardiff's Centre for Visual Arts and Ana Maria Pacheco's 'Dark Night of the Soul' at Swansea's Glyn Vivian Gallery.
• Dirty Work and Danny Devito by Topher Mills
A round-up of TV and radio
• An American in Powys, almost by J.L. Brooke
• Dai Moses and the Hippo by Brian Smith
• The Perfect Man by Ffion Wynne Jones
• Locked Up by Mary Lowe

Editor: Robin Reeves