Bloom and Bones: A Poetry Conversation Through Colour

TK Quentin is fascinated by the interplay between colour and our other senses, as revealed by this highly skilled and beautiful collaboration, informed by the neurological condition synaesthesia

PUBLISHED ON: 28/09/22

CATEGORY: Reviews

TK Quentin is fascinated by the interplay between colour and our other senses, as revealed by this highly skilled and beautiful collaboration, informe …

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The Book of Jem

JL George assesses a powerful literary dystopia and admires its sense of rootedness but finds that it may disappoint some readers in its characterisation choices

PUBLISHED ON: 26/01/22

CATEGORY: Reviews

Set in a future world that has banned religion in the aftermath of cataclysmic wars, Carole Hailey’s The Book of Jem portrays the implosion of an isol …

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Just So You Know: Essays of Experience

Jacob Powell finds that these essays on difference and sameness redefine notions of centre, periphery and Welshness, all in a highly positive way

PUBLISHED ON: 28/07/20

CATEGORY: Reviews

What does it mean to be marginalised? While the term itself is eschewed by some contributors, this is the question that the essay collection Just So Y …

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Kelley Mckenna reviews ‘Love’, a novel by Hanne Ørstavik

Kelley Mckenna

PUBLISHED ON: 25/03/18

CATEGORY: Audio review

Kelley Mckenna reviews ‘Love’, a novel by Hanne Ørstavik, published by Archipelago. New Welsh Review’s multimedia programme is sponsored by Aberystwyt …

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