A Twitter storm is not best braved when your email’s gone down (again) and there’s no IT support because you can’t afford any. One of the Welsh Books Council panel’s questions last week in our interview for the next cultural periodicals funding round (2015-19) was about where day-to-day debate takes place on literary affairs. My […]
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Interview with Rhian Edwards

Kittie Belltree

PUBLISHED ON: 23/05/13

CATEGORY: Interview

Rhian Edwards’ debut collection, Clueless Dogs (Seren), was shortlisted last year for the Forward Best First Collection award. Her debut piece of flas …

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Amy McCauley

PUBLISHED ON: 28/11/12


Amy McCauley has just embarked on a PhD at Aberystwyth University. Her work has appeared in The Rialto, The North and Tears in the Fence, and has been …

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Out the Back

Lowri Emlyn

PUBLISHED ON: 05/03/12


New poetry from Lowri Emlyn. Lowri is originally from Merthyr Tydfil and now lives and works in Aberystwyth. She has recently completed an MA in Creat …

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