A new twist in the continuing fascination with the Ripper murders: could it be that the Ripper was a woman? This new book puts forward a compelling argument.
The first new book to be published about Llandaff Cathedral for more than a century.
Hay-on-Wye is famous for its bookshops, the Hay literature festival and its stunning location. Saunders’ book encapsulates these in beautiful images and informative...
A lavishly illustrated history of the harp in Wales, the iconic musical instrument central to the culture and identity of Wales.
A comprehensive illustrated guide to chapels in Wales, spiritual, cultural social powerhouses for over two centuries.
Fire Drill is an ambitious collection of essays in which the author 'attempts to make sense of the first decade of the twenty-first century'.
Frank and vivid stories from a wonderfully varied collection of women who talk to Mavis Nicholson about their lives during the second world war.
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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...
Sixty obituaries written by Meic Stephens for The Independent which holds up a mirror to Wales’ (and in some ways Britain’s) cultural life.