David M Beddoe was an able historical novelist whose extensive knowledge of Egyptian life and of Islam produced some of the most thorough, informed and sympathetic portrayals of Muslims in Welsh literature. His work, which seems almost entirely forgotten now, has taken on a new significance in the light of current debates about Islam and […]
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Robert Minhinnick

Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 01/03/12

CATEGORY: Interview

Robert Minhinnick is the prize-winning author of volumes of essays, poetry and a novel, Sea Holly (Seren, 2007), which was shortlisted for the Royal S …

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The Meeting Point

Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 05/12/11

CATEGORY: Reviews

The winner of this year University of Wales Dylan Thomas prize, announced last month, is an old-fashioned book. This was my first impression of Lucy C …

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