The latest News from the book trade in Wales
Published this week, When Dragons Dare to Dream is the follow-up to Jamie Thomas' successful The Dragon Roars Again and starts where that left off, charting the amazing progress of the Welsh football team through the Euro 2016 finals.
Read Full Story
What do you love to do in South East Wales?
Gwenallt - Cofiant D. Gwenall Jones 1899 - 1968 by Alan Llwyd will be launched on Friday the 14th of October at 6:30pm, at Tŷ'r Gwrhyd, Pontardawe.
An author from Surrey, who has learnt fluent Welsh, has published her first humorous novel Dysgu Byw, about a gang of Welsh Learners.
The Welsh Books Council has announced the appointment of Helgard Krause as its next Chief Executive and chief officer. She succeeds Elwyn Jones who retires at the end of January. Helgard will take up her position on 1 February 2017.
The Welsh Books Council is pleased to announce that Golwg Newydd Ltd have won the tender to provide the Welsh-language Digital News Service for the next three years.
Alan Llwyd will look at the work of Gwenallt in his lecture at Aberystwyth, 15 October.
The fifth Penarth Literature Festival will be held between the 2nd and 9th of October.
The Welsh collection of Roald Dahl books is now £50 for a limited time only.
Return to top of page
Books from Wales on-line
The Welsh Books Council's information resource for the book trade.