The first study of dramatist Peter Gill, whose writing and direction represent one of the most compelling, provocative and influential bodies of work in the last...
In Imagined Sons, poet Carrie Etter reflects on the experience of a birthmother who gave up her son for adoption when she was seventeen.
Mir Mahfuz Ali accesses a sea of memories and writes with a shocking directness about the atrocities he witnessed as a child in war-torn Bangladesh.
Carolyn Jess-Cooke’s new collection focuses on motherhood: the baby arrives in the family ‘like a hand grenade’ and nothing is the same again.
Hannah King is a liar, everyone says. So her stories of growing up in the Rhondda, from playing with dolls to glam rock, must be treated with caution.
The Collected Poems of John Ormond, an influential Welsh poet from the 1960s - 1980s, whose widely admired work appeared in journals and magazines around the world.
Rural Wales, 1869: Sarah Jacob seems to live without food, astounding doctors, the church and a news-hungry society. What is the truth behind her fascinating and...
Easter 1955: Dieter Sugar finds a boy in the grounds of mouldering Sugar Hall, while his mother, Lilia, battles with her own ghosts.
When TV makeover people come to call Tessa is mortified at what they rake up, not only about her wardrobe but her youthful stay at Greenham Common.