The latest News from the book trade in Wales
The Welsh Books Council has recently published Gwledd y Nadolig - a Welsh-language catalogue featuring all the latest Christmas books from Wales.
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The Friends of the Welsh Books Council's Annual Meeting was held on Saturday, 18 October, at the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth.
The BBC's Welsh language soap opera Pobol y Cwm is celebrating its 40th anniversary, and Gwasg Gomer has launched a book to mark the anniversary.
Crime author Wonny Lea officially opened Books & Pontyclun on Saturday, 27 September and signed copies of her novels Jack-Knifed, Coopers Field Murders and Killing By Colours (Accent Press).
There are now over 1,300 eBooks on Gwales.com!
The Welsh Books Council has published a brand new catalogue of books and resources to help those who are learning Welsh.
A debut children's book by a primary school teacher has been launched at Sully Primary School writers' shed as part of an exciting initiative to bring the work of Dylan Thomas to thousands of school children.
This year the PENfro Book Festival ran from Friday 12th to Sunday 14th September.
Gŵyl Golwg, a Welsh-language festival hosted by the magazine Golwg, was held at Lampeter, 12-14 September 2014.
The annual adjudications of the National Eisteddfod, Cyfansoddiadau a Beirniadaethau, are now available.
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Books from Wales on-line
The Welsh Books Council's information resource for the book trade.