Literature from Wales
I’ve come to the conclusion that I should do more to support authors from my home country, many of whom are unknown yet worth getting to know. Readers seem more familiar with authors from Scotland and Ireland than with writers from Wales. I’m going to use this page to try and remedy that. This page will be a series of links to reviews and posts featuring authors from Wales.
Reviews (in alphabetical order of author surname)
- Bauer, Belinda : Blacklands
- Davies, Carys : Redemption of Galen Pike
- Ho Davies, Peter: The Welsh Girl
- Einion, Alys: Ash
- Griffiths, Rebecca : The Primrose Path
- Hawkins, Alis: None So Blind
- Jones, Cyan: Cove
- Jones, Dylan: Anglesey Blue
- Jones, Dylan: Doll Face
- Jones, Jack: Off to Philadelphia in the Morning
- Kavanagh, Emma To Catch a Killer
- Moore, Thorne: A Time for Silence
- Rubens, Bernice : The Elected Member
- Sheers, Owen : Resistance
- Sheers, Owen: I Saw a Man
- Thomas, Gwyn : The Alone to the Alone
- Tulloch, Jonathan : Larkinland
- Walsh, Louise : Black River
- Waters, Sarah : The Paying Guests
Writing Wales posts
- An interview with Editor and publisher Caroline Oakley of Honno Press in which she considers whether literary prizes are important. Caroline’s interview is available here.
- Booker Talk reflects on the idea of the Great Welsh Novel. Read the article here
- Good reads from Wales
- Authors from Wales
- 10 Authors to read from Wales
- A Visit to Dylan Thomas’ writing shed
- Do authors have shelf lives?
- A Secret Literary Giant from Wales
- The Greatest Welsh novel?
- Q&A with Dylan Jones, author of Anglesey Blue