A groundbreaking anthology of poetry exploring childhood and parenthood by many leading poets, in support of the Foundlings Musueum in London, Britain’s first...
This fascinating and at times unexpected view of Welsh, British and Islamic history is a hugely significant work for contemporary Britain.
Edited by Gwen Davies, this is a dark and chilling collection of tales to make the blood run cold, Sing Sorrow Sorrow features short stories from contemporary Welsh...
This collection explores modern life and how it affects the thoughts and experiences of women.
James A. Davies
This anthology features the work of a broad spectrum of writers from the established to the more contemporary.
An anthology of writing about and inspired by the city, this book is essential reading for anyone with an interest in Wales’ capital.
An entertaining and wide-ranging selection from forty years of Poetry Wales, one of Britain’s foremost poetry magazines.
An entertaining and wideranging anthology surveying writers’ responses to the subject of childhood, from Dylan Thomas, Gillian Clarke, Siân James and others.
This unique anthology gathers together a remarkable range of poetry and prose, illustrating the varied and multi-layered response of writers to birds.
A groundbreaking collection of work by fourteen poets writing in Dutch, many have made continental reputations, yet await discovery by the English-speaking world.