The wolf unclamps his jaw from a bison’s shredded flank. Spritzes of blood mid-air stream back inside the wound snapping shut like a gill… Adam Tavel’s third poetry collection, Catafalque, recently won the 2017 Richard Wilbur Book Award and is forthcoming with the University of Evansville Press. He is also the author of The Fawn […]
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The Road

Angela Graham

PUBLISHED ON: 15/05/18

CATEGORY: Reviews

I made a film about it. Much later. I recreated it. Look. Here. See? A static shot. A frame empty of people. We are at the dark end of a narrow, short …

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Ashley Owen reviews Zoology by Gillian Clarke

PUBLISHED ON: 25/03/18

CATEGORY: Audio review

Audio review of Ashley Owen reviewing the poetry collection Zoology by Gillian Clarke, published by Carcanet. Audio recording & edit: Anna Lowthia …

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Call for Entries: New Welsh Writing Awards 2018 Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection

PUBLISHED ON: 02/10/17

CATEGORY: New Welsh Writing Awards

SCROLL DOWN FOR TRANSCRIPT Call for Entries: New Welsh Writing Awards 2018 Aberystwyth University Prize for an Essay Collection from New Welsh Review …

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Adventures with the Wife in Space: New Welsh Writing Awards & Readers’ Poll 2018: AU Prize for an Essay Collection

PUBLISHED ON: 02/10/17

CATEGORY: New Welsh Writing Awards

Adventures with the Wife in Space: New Welsh Writing Awards & Readers’ Poll 2018: AU Prize for an Essay Collection from New Welsh Review on Vimeo. …

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Beware the Mythic Aura

Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 30/09/17

CATEGORY: Blog

Today we launch both this e-edition, Review 19 (subscriber-exclusive), and our next writing prize, the New Welsh Writing Awards 2018: Aberystwyth Univ …

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Folk Tale

Chris Emery

PUBLISHED ON: 01/09/17

CATEGORY: Poetry

That with stoats pulled such tunes in a green well and made loose an axe, walled snow, exile, sea. And danced and held arms out with our black joy and …

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‘Y Llif’ (‘Against the Current’) with English subtitles

PUBLISHED ON: 01/08/17

CATEGORY: Interview

Caryl Lewis’ story ‘Y Llif’ (‘Against the Current’) with English subtitles, read by Dewi Huw Owen and translated by Gwen Davies. Subtitling by Aled Jo …

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Bigotry and Virtue: George Powell and the Question of Legacy

Harry Heuser

PUBLISHED ON: 25/07/17

CATEGORY: Essays

When the collector, George Ernest John Powell (1842–82), decided to bequeath his artworks, books, antiquities and curios to what was then the Universi …

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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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