A Fold in the River by Philip Gross & Valerie Coffin Price

Liza Penn-Thomas

PUBLISHED ON: 11/02/20

CATEGORY: Reviews

It is unusual for me to pick up a collection of poems and find myself halfway through experiencing the same reluctance to put it down as I would with …

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The Dunes

Mari Ellis Dunning

PUBLISHED ON: 26/06/19

CATEGORY: Reviews

Robert Minhinnick and Dan Llewelyn Hall’s collaborative poetry collection, The Dunes, revisits the Merthyr Mawr sand dunes in a gorgeous tapestry of p …

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The Last Hundred

John Morgan

PUBLISHED ON: 26/06/19

CATEGORY: Reviews

The Last Hundred, by Aaron Kent and William Arnold (Guillemot Press, 2019) is a collaboration between poet and photographer that creates a very real s …

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Call & Response: A Friendship in Poems

Judy Brown & Katrina Naomi

PUBLISHED ON: 25/07/17

CATEGORY: Opinion

What we do Our collaboration is now two-and-a-half years’ old. We got the idea from Like Starlings, so we’re well aware it’s nothing new, but it’s tau …

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Stallion Ford, a Collaboration of Imagery and Poetry in Comic-Book Form

Nicky Arscott and Greg Koehler

PUBLISHED ON: 25/07/17

CATEGORY: Interview

NICKY: We took as our starting point the attempt by Samuel Roberts of Llanbrynmair (preacher, pacifist, vehement anti-slavery campaigner) to set up a …

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Dark Movements, exhibition by Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Claire Pickard

PUBLISHED ON: 21/02/17

CATEGORY: Blog

The foundation of this exhibition is the series of drawings entitled The Mare’s Tale produced by Clive Hicks-Jenkins in the early years of this centur …

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Dirty Aberystwyth

Alice Vernon

PUBLISHED ON: 07/02/17

CATEGORY: Blog

On Wednesday 18 March, Cardiff-based Dirty Protest came to Aberystwyth Arts Centre for their first ‘Dirty Aberystwyth’ show. As a theatre company, the …

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Slender Underpinnings

Michael Nott on Welsh photopoetry and the collaborative imagination

PUBLISHED ON: 01/08/15

CATEGORY: Essays

‘There is a theory,’ writes poet John Fuller,   Paul White, ‘Garth Hill, Pentyrch, Cardiff,’ featuring poet John Tripp   that a successful c …

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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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Lost Ordinance, Sussex, 1943

Harry Man

PUBLISHED ON: 04/09/12

CATEGORY: Notes

Harry Man works as a digital editor and Creative Writing tutor in London. In 2011 he produced a contemporary dance and poetry collaboration for the Lo …

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