Preface Take a seashore, let us say one on the leeward coast of an island, where the twice-daily coming in and going out of the sea is, in the main, a calming. There are cliffs of old rock, gneisses and schists, born of a time of greater drama. On the tops is a green sward, […]
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Craig Dobson

PUBLISHED ON: 30/11/17

CATEGORY: Poetry

Sunburnt, nearing fifty, with a gut he can balance a pint glass on, he kicks a dandelion head into August’s airless blanket, trying to reseed the blur …

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Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 19/01/17

CATEGORY: Blog

Having recently finished Mark Cocker’s Crow Country: now I know the ancestral importance of rookeries & how rooks & jackdaws don’t mind sharin …

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Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 30/08/12

CATEGORY: Blog

My summer reading was, first of all purely for pleasure, Alice Munro, Carried Away. Then, in connection with work, since I’m interviewing Jon Gower fo …

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Gwen Davies

PUBLISHED ON: 26/05/11

CATEGORY: New Welsh Writing Awards

Getting ready for Hay next week has meant getting to know the delightful Horatio Clare, who I’ll be interviewing on Monday together with Richard Gwyn, …

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