Last weekend saw a day of celebration in Aberystwyth’s National Library, where writers, readers and academics came together in support of the short story in Wales. The event was bilingual, with writers such as Geraint Lewis, Caryl Lewis and Aled Jones Williams reading their stories in Welsh, while Francesca Rhydderch read her very Welsh-feeling story […]
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Extract from The Rice Paper Diaries

Francesca Rhydderch

PUBLISHED ON: 22/05/13

CATEGORY: novella extract

‘Where have you come from?’ he asked me gently, reaching for his pen. He had two pots on the table, one for brushes, one for pens. Sheaves of paper we …

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Life and Times

PUBLISHED ON: 29/12/11

CATEGORY: Editorial

The most exciting first editorials shoot from the hip. They rebel against regime, convention, inertia. They delight and infuriate. Make their authors …

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