Everything I Have Always Forgotten is a delightful fifties rural childhood memoir by the son of novelist Richard Hughes.
318 letters from Edward Thomas to Walter de la Mare written between 1906 and 1917, charting the development of their relationship and their influence on each other’...
Sculptor, painter, letter cutter, stained glass artist, novelist, travel writer, academic and administrator; Jonah Jones was a 20th century renaissance man.
Frank and vivid stories from a wonderfully varied collection of women who talk to Mavis Nicholson about their lives during the second world war.
Peter J. Conradi examines both his own relationship with Radnorshire and responses to it by writers from Gerald of Wales,who passed through in 1176, to the present...
The journey from boyhood to the threshold of manhood of poet Andrew McNeillie, Once is a beautifully written eulogy for a retreating countryside.
Beautifully illustrated with Sinnott’s vivid paintings, this unusual book describes the British art scene over the last thirty years through personal experience.
Sixty obituaries written by Meic Stephens for The Independent which holds up a mirror to Wales’ (and in some ways Britain’s) cultural life.
Mavis Nicholson’s funny and delightfully different childhood memoir conjures up her vanished world at the small terraced house crammed with grandparents, parents,...
Geraint Talfan Davies, media and arts executive for more than three decades, recalls and reflects on the impact of devolution for culture and civil society.