This quirky coming-of-age novel will make your spirit soar: Griff Rowland has created an unusual and magical tale about the quest to find a racing pigeon, Mister Lloyd. Mostyn Price is an eleven-year-old boy from Bangor whose grandfather, Taid, has given him a pet pigeon to help him come to terms with the disappearance of […]
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Jane MacNamee

PUBLISHED ON: 25/07/17


Isn’t it plain the sheets of moss, except that / they have no tongues, could lecture / all day if they wanted about // spiritual patience? Mary Oliver …

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Frances Williams

PUBLISHED ON: 01/10/15


You may have been amused, puzzled or simply reassured to have learnt a little while ago that Wales is officially the ‘happiest place to be in the UK’. …

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Tony Brown

PUBLISHED ON: 26/11/13


In his epigraph to Later, Philip Gross quotes Michael Wood’s Introduction to Edward Said’s On Late Style: It is worth pausing over the delicately shif …

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