John Sam Jones explores a story of gay life in Britain from the Second World War to civil partnerships through Mike Parker’s memoir of his neighbours lives in the Montgomeryshire hills.
Joe Atkinson reviews Dr Wyn Thomas’ biography of a largely forgotten figure
Kieron Smith finds a worrying lack of reflexivity in Alex Niven’s New Model Island, a new appraisal of Englishness that keeps its misunderstandings of the Celtic nations firmly in the fringes
We have a vital voice in Wales’s public sphere – but this is why it needs to change, writes Auriol Miller.
Glyn Edwards’ collection of poems that explore the potential of life, its fragility, and the ever presence of death is fascinating reading, writes Alex Hubbard
Daran Hill’s book goes some way to explaining the role of lobbyists whilst clearly showing why public affairs should play a role in modern politics, writes Hefin David.
The big social media platforms are unreformable. Its time we vote with our feet, argues Dr David Clubb
It’s time to be brave and take the natural step towards a Welsh cricket team, argues Rhys David
Daran Hill reviews Morgan Jones: Man of Conscience by Wayne David MP