This collection of writing by and about author Dannie Abse reveals the breadth of work in his long and varied career, and is an ideal companion for admirers and...
Slanderous Tongues collects eight essays by young critics about Welsh poetry in English since 1970. The poets, poetry and culture underlying them are brought into...
Wales's finest critics consider how, amidst the turmoil and trauma, creativity has flourished in times of war.
Fanfic is the fastest-growing form of writing in the world. Working in ‘fandoms’ anonymous authors bring their own gloss and invention to novels, films...
David N. Thomas
This second volume culled from the Colin Edwards Archive of interviews with Dylan Thomas’ family, friends and colleagues made during the 1960s covers Thomas’ ‘adult...
Sam Boardman-Jacobs, Editor
Radio has given all of us some great moments of drama, moments so engaging that we have escaped from our own world into another, and forgotten, too, that the...
David N. Thomas
Startling new information about Thomas’s life and writing is disclosed, including influences on his writing and the sources from which he drew inspiration and...
This critical work is invaluable and confirms Ward's position as one of the most profound thinkers of poetry today.
Seamus Heaney is the foremost Irish poet since Yeats and one of the most popular poets writing in English today. The poetry and criticism of the Nobel Prize Winner...
Wales on Screen surveys the celluloid depiction of Wales from How Green Was My Valley to Twin Town