The latest News from the book trade in Wales
A long list of events have been organised at the Siop y Bont stall at the Urdd National Eisteddfod, 25-30 May. Call in!
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A warm welcome to all to an evening of entertainment with Jim Parc Nest and Ysgol Gerdd Ceredigion at Newcastle Emlyn, 22nd May.
Cardiff-raised author, Giancarlo Gemin, has won the annual Tir na n-Og Award with his début book, Cowgirl.
The magic of Thomas’s poetry is brought to life by his granddaughter and a replica of his writing shed at a school in East London. An appeal to create a new 100 line poem inspired by his words is launched.
Y Lolfa publishers are proud to announce that Undefeated – The Story of the 1974 Lions by debut author Rhodri Davies has been shortlisted for the coveted 2015 Cross British Sports Book Awards, one of the key events in the publishing and sporting calendar.
After over a year of reading, meeting, deliberating and debating, the Wales Book of the Year judges have made their decisions, and Literature Wales is delighted to announce the 2015 Wales Book of the Year Short List.
Dafydd Islwyn, one of the prime movers of the poetry society, Cymdeithas Cerdd Dafod, will receive the Cwlwm Cyhoeddwyr Cymru (Welsh Publishers Circle) Lifetime Achievement Award at the Bedwen Lyfrau Book Festival in Merthyr on 2 May.
The Welsh Books Council is pleased to announce that it’s seeking tenders for the provision of Welsh-language magazines for the period between April 2016 and March 2019.
Bedwen Lyfrau 2015 will be held at Theatr Soar, Merthyr Tudful, Saturday, 2 May.
The Welsh Books Council has announced the titles on the shortlist of the prestigious Tir na n-Og Awards for 2015.
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