New Welsh Review 89, Autumn 2010
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Niall Griffiths on homecomings and belonging, both physically and in influencing his and others' writing: 'holes in the heart are essential for art'.
• At the Inquiry by Robert Lewis
Robert Lewis on the day Tony Blair appeared at the Chilcot Inquiry: darker than any noir fiction.
• Slanderous Tongues by John Redmond
John Redmond's critical review of a new study of Welsh poetry in English.
• Journal in Ireland by Katie Gramich
Katie Gramich on Margiad Evan's illustrated journal of her travels.
• First Hand by Philip Gross
Poet Philip Gross on the meaning of home, routes, not roots, that led to his prize-winning book The Water Table.
• The Last Word by Sheenagh Pugh
Sheenagh Pugh on a sense of place or displacement.
• Photo Essay: Bologna's Hinterland by Rhodri Jones
Rhodri Jones explores the urban/rural divide in Bologna's Hinterland.
• First Love by Francesca Rhydderch
• Through the Blind by Stewart Foster
Editor: Kathryn Gray