The latest News from the book trade in Wales
This week Bethan Gwanas will be publishing her first novel for adults since 2006. I botany Bay will be officially launched at T H Roberts in Dolgellau at 6:30 on the 4th of December in the company of Bethan Gwanas, Haf Llewelyn and Sian James.
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The Welsh Books Council has announced that the tendr for the Welsh-language literary magazine (2016-19) has been won by a company by the name of O’r Pedwar Gwynt.
Norte is an exciting, current and international it's nature - the latest volume from the versatile writer Jon Gower.
The Welsh Bookshops Week campaign will be held again this year and will have live radio broadcasts from several bookshops throughout Wales from November 16 to 20.
Meleri Wyn James will venture to north Wales on a @LlyfrDaFabBooks tour and visit ten schools.
Dianc i Ryddid: Rhyfel D. T Davies with Ioan Wyn Evans will be launched at The Halfway Hotel at Nantgaredig Friday night, the 6th of November.
Book Launch Night:6 November, 7pm at Sefydliad y Merched Hall, Blaenau Ffestiniog11 November, 7pm at Neuadd Reichel, Bangor
Price: £12.95 (paperback) / £19.95 (Hardback)
The Singer, actress and performer, Toni Caroll will be launching her autobiography Tynnu Colur Toni Caroll on Thursday night, the 29th of October at Les y Glowyr Hall at Ystradgynlais at 8pm.
Announced in Quebec last night, young Swansea writer Rebecca F. John has won the PEN International New Voices Award 2015 for a short story in her dark and dazzling debut collection of short stories Clown's Shoes released by leading Welsh indie publisher Parthian Books today.
T. Llew Jones School, Brynhoffnant unveiling a poster especially commissioned by the Welsh Books Council to celebrate the centenary of the birth of T. Llew Jones.
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