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The annual adjudications of the National Eisteddfod, Cyfansoddiadau a Beirniadaethau, are now available.
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The winner of the Literary Medal at the 2014 National Eisteddfod is Lleucu Roberts, author of Saith Oes Efa.
The winner of the Daniel Owen Memorial Prize for 2014 is Lleucu Roberts for her novel, Rhwng Edafedd.
Call in to the Welsh Books Council's stand at the National Eisteddfod, 2-9 August.
Mythical Maze is here! Let your children get caught up in an epic adventure in their local library over the summer holidays with the Summer Reading Challenge 2014!
On Thursday 10 July Literature Wales announced that Pink Mist by Owen Sheers had been named Wales Book of the Year 2014.
Bookworms will be delighted with a special edition of S4C's Pethe series focusing on the best books from Wales, broadcast from the Wales Book of The Year Ceremony 2014.
Hundreds of children from 30 schools across Wales took over the Arts Centre in Aberystwyth for two days of eager competing last week. It was the national round of Darllen Dros Gymru, the Welsh Books Council’s Welsh-language books competition for primary schools in Wales. All pupils were competing for a number of prestigious awards by discussing books and performing short dramatic presentations based on titles they had read.
Caernarfon based publishers and printers, Gwasg y Bwthyn, have produced a short film to publicise a new Welsh language novel, Miwsig Moss Morgan.
A team of avid readers from Broad Haven Primary School, Pembrokeshire, was recently crowned the 2014 Champions of BookSlam, the Welsh Books Council’s annual reading competition for children.
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