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Radio Cymru, in partnership with the Welsh Books Council, has announced the names of the ten poets shortlisted in its latest project.
Morgan Tomos, author of the Alun yr Arth and Alun the Bear books celebrates publishing the twentieth in the Welsh-language series - Alun yr Arth a’r Wy Pasg (Y Lolfa).
The Welsh Books Council has announced the titles on the shortlist of the prestigious Tir na n-Og Awards for 2014.
Gomer Press launched Dan y Wenallt, a new Welsh-language adaptation by T. James Jones of Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas, at Cardiff University, on Thursday, 20 March.
Griff Rhys Jones has been discussing and reading from his book Insufficiently Welsh (Parthian Books) at Palas Print, Caernarfon on Saturday, 8th March.
Buarth Beirdd (Cyhoeddiadau Barddas) was launched at the National Library of Wales on World Book Day, 6 March.
Thursday 6 March is World Book Day, the biggest annual celebration of books and reading in Wales. How will you celebrate in 2014?
Mairwen Jones, former Director of Publishing at Gomer Press, is the guest speaker at this year’s World Book Day Lecture to be held on Wednesday, 5 March, at the Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay.
An evening to celebrate the publication o Twll Bach y Clo by Lleucu Fflur Jones (Gwasg Gwynedd) was held 28 February at Llanystumdwy.
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