New Welsh Review 59, Spring 2003


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• The Liminal Zone of the Road by Duncan Campbell
Duncan Campbell takes a trip along the M25 with Iain Sinclair's London Orbital.
• Left Historic by Dai Smith
An article looking at the life and work of Eric Hobsbawm from the perspective of Wales.
• The Lingering Influence of Childhood Migrations by Sarah Broughton
Sarah Broughton talks to the award-winning author Maggie O'Farrell about her work and her life as a writer.
• High Time by Shelagh Hourahane
A consideration of the recent boom in visual arts publishing in Wales.
• A Writer's Diary by Sheenagh Pugh
On writing prose, finding a publisher and being shortlisted for the Whitbread Prize.
• Bookmark by Amanda Hopkinson
Finding space at home for 14,000 books
• Resolution by Roger Granelli
• Boxes by Lynne Rees
• The Way Things Are by Craig Osborne
• Drowning by Ruth M. Harris

Editor: Francesca Rhydderch