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Dannie Abse CBE is a poet, novelist, playwright, he has also published diaries and autobiography.
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Joan Abse (1926 - 2005) was an art historian whose books included a much acclaimed biography John Ruskin, the Passionate Moralist, and The Art Galleries of Britain and Ireland.
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John Ackerman (1934 - 2004) was born in Maesteg and educated at the Universities of London and Wales. He was for many years a lecturer in English, first in Barry and then in London.
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Hugh Adams has written extensively on the visual arts for over thirty years. Art critic for The Guardian, he was head of Critical and Theoretical Studies at Humberside University and first director of the Mostyn Art Gallery.
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Photographer, writer and painter, Patricia Aithie has twenty-five years experience of living and travelling in the Middle East and beyond.
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Mir Fahfuz Ali's poetry has appeared in London Magazine, Poetry London, Poetry Review and PN Review. 'Midnight, Dhaka' is his first full collecti nof poetry.
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A considerable figure on the drama scene in Wales in the eighties and nineties, Lawrence Allan is currently working on commissions for the BBC and for Made in Wales theatre company.
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John Allison is the assistant editor of Opera magazine, and contributes music criticism to the Financial Times.
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David Alston is a respected art critic and former curator of the Lowry Gallery and Keeper of Art at the National Museum of Wales. His criticism,catalogue essays and reviews have appeared in a wide range of publications.
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Ivy Alvarez has lived in Cardiff since 2004. Her poems appear in anthologies, journals and new media in many countries including Poetry Wales, New Welsh Review,
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Leighton Andrews runs a political consultancy at Westminster and in Cardiff. He has previously worked in public affairs at the BBC and Shelter.
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Sandra Anstey is Assistant Director of the WJEC National Language Unit of Wales, and author of a doctoral thesis on R.S. Thomas's poetry.
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Cary Archard was the editor of Poetry Wales from 1980-86, founder of Poetry Wales Press and is the general editor of the uniform edition of Alun Lewis's works.
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Joanne Ashcroft has published widely in journals and is currently researching a PhD on the work of Maggie O’Sullivan, Bill Griffiths and Geraldine Monk.
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Bryan Aspden is the author of two collections of poetry his first, News of the Changes (1984) was the winner of the Welsh Arts Council's first New Poets Competition.
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Polly Atkin has been placed first in several poetry competitions and has also published widely in magazines, literary journals and an earlier pamphlet, ‘Bone Song’, which was shortlisted for the 2009 Michael Marks Pamphlet Award.
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Tiffany Atkinson's debut collection for Seren, 'Kink and Particle', was winner of the Jerwood Aldeburgh First Collection Award, a Poetry Book Society Recommendation and was shortlisted for the Glen Dimplex New Writers Award.
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Trezza Azzopardi was born in Cardiff to a Maltese father and Welsh mother. She studied Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia where she is currently a lecturer.
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Artist, writer, theorist, Iwan Bala has exhibited internationally, been involved in numerous cross-media collaborations and is a founder member of The Artists' Project/Prosiect Artistiaid.
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Jonathan Barker works at The British Council in London. His edition of the Selected Poems of W.H. Davies was published by Oxford University press in 1985.
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