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Tony Bianchi has been awarded the Literary Medal at the 2015 National Eisteddfod for his novel, Dwy Farwolaeth Endaf Rowlands.
The winner of the Daniel Owen Memorial Prize for 2015 is Mari Lisa for her novel, Veritas.
Call in to the Welsh Books Council's stand at the National Eisteddfod, 1-8 August.
Here's what the Lolfa has got in store for the Eisteddfod
Gwasg Gomer will be launching Cofiwch Lanwddyn at the Lolfa Lên at the National Eisteddfod on Tuesday, 4 August at 2pm. Eiddwen Jones will also be signing copies at the Welsh Books Council Stand between 1 and 1:30pm.
A new book by Gwasg Gomer to be published at the National Eisteddfod: Aled Lewis Evans, Llwybrau Llonyddwch.
With Tafwyl, Y Sesiwn Fawr, Gŵyl Arall and the Hay Festival all behind us, we now turn our sights to the National Eisteddfod which will return to Montgomeryshire this August for the first time since 2003.
The Welsh Books Council celebrating 25 years at the RWAS!
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