New Welsh Review 85, Autumn 2009
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John E. McGrath on the vision and 'extraordinary adventure' of National Theatre Wales that, at times, is 'like dancing into a minefield'.
• Migrations by Jasmine Donahaye
Part-memoir, part-natural history, part-political awakening, Jasmine Donahaye on childhood memories and adult perceptions of her family visits to the Middle East.
• Garden Paths and Blind Spots by Lucie Armitt
Lucie Armitt gives a critical review of Sarah Waters's The Little Stranger: 'she is a commensurate storyteller whose...novels are akin to a gorgeous meal'.
• Look Homeward, Angel by Byron Rogers
In his typically direct and humorous style, Byron Rogers writes on biography and autobiography. His own autobiography, ME, was published this summer.
• First Hand by Stevie Davies
On researching her forthcoming novel Into Suez.
• Last Word by Meirion Jordan
Poet and mathematician Meirion Jordan on writing history through poetry.
• Photo Essay: Gower by David Pearl and Nigel Jenkins
A selection of images from the book of the same name, with an introduction from Nigel Jenkins.
• A Bed on the Prairie by Robert Minhinnick
• Knockout by Tyler Keevil
Editor: Kathryn Gray