New Welsh Review 79, Spring 2008
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Rachel Trezise interviews poet and playwright Patrick Jones about his work, his burning desire to inspire and enable young and disadvantaged people, and the influence (or not) of his younger brother's band, the Manic Street Preachers.
• Opera and the Word by Penny Simpson
Penny Simpson looks at a new generation of librettists, and the exciting changes that have been taking place at the Welsh National Opera over the past six years.
• Good Vibrations by Charlotte Greig
An extract from The Moon To Play With, a memoir by folk singer, songwriter, and novelist Charlotte Greig.
• She Sings of a(n Iron) Maiden by Sarah Morse
Sarah Morse examines the role of music in new fiction from Wales, including the work of Rachel Trezise, Hayley Long and Clare Potter.
• Photo / Poem Collaboration by David Hurn and Christine Evans
• A Writer's Music by Matthew Francis
Portrait of the Poet as a Failed Musician: the elusive music of poetry.
• Photo Essay by Maciej Dakowicz
• Arrivals by Tristan Hughes
Fiction extract from Revenant
• An Elephant in the Thames by Bethan Roberts
Editor: Francesca Rhydderch