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From the writer’s perspective, audience is always an act of the imagination.
Billy Marshall Stoneking
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Gwen Davies, editor
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Rainer Maria Rilke
On Reading: ‘I practise silence [and] the turmoil of memories is stilled.’
St Isaac of Syria, 500 AD
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CONTRIBUTOR: Peter Goulding (text), Eleanor Roberts (video), New Welsh Review (producer)
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