Fans of Hinterland will welcome this latest English-language rural crime noir thriller with views that are sublimer than Ceredigion, and conclusions that are more feminist than moody Mathias could fathom. ‘Craith’ means ‘scar’, a reference to the quarry crime scene close to Llanberis where twenty-something Mali is found drowned. The original Welsh title Craith did […]
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Words & Words & Words, December, Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Katya Johnson

PUBLISHED ON: 23/03/17

CATEGORY: Blog

Declaration of Interest: Katya Johnson is a blogger in residence for New Welsh Review, a contributor to the event, and also herself took part in its o …

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Clare Woods: A Tree A Rock A Cloud

Katya Johnson

PUBLISHED ON: 14/03/17

CATEGORY: Blog

Clare Woods’ touring exhibition ‘A Tree A Rock A Cloud’ has been making a number of scenic pit-stops around the country. First shown in Newtown, borde …

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Snowdon, The Story of a Mountain

Jem Poster

PUBLISHED ON: 22/05/13

CATEGORY: Reviews

For a book ostensibly tied to a specific locality, Jim Perrin’s Snowdon covers a lot of ground. The mountain itself stands at the centre of the narrat …

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