Maverick opera singer Richard Parry led a public excursion from Pandy to Hay Literary Festival in May. The event marked the first of the Coleridge in Wales Festival events curated by Parry and his associate, the illustrator and graphic artist Chris Glynn. A participatory, one-of-its-kind event on the festival programme, the walk recreating Coleridge’s own […]
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Addlands

Liz Jones

PUBLISHED ON: 01/07/16

CATEGORY: Reviews

Part family saga, part lyrical meditation on the natural world, Addlands spans a seventy-year period from 1941 to the near-present. Set in the Black M …

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The Art of David Jones: Vision and Memory

Katya Johnson admires this first book-length treatment since 1981 of the visually lyrical artwork of a key figure of British modernism who also bears comparison with William Blake

PUBLISHED ON: 01/03/16

CATEGORY: Reviews

David Jones (1895–1974) is better known as a poet than an artist. His first book-length poem, In Parenthesis, published by Faber & Faber in 1937 – …

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