Dylan Moore reviews I, Eric Ngalle, a migration memoir published by Parthian Books
Mari Ellis Dunning reflects on being shortlisted for this year’s prize
Ahead of the fiftieth anniversary of the Investiture of Prince Charles in July 1969, Robert Jobson looks at the relationship between a Prince and a country.
Two decades on, Rhian E. Jones revisits ‘Cool Cymru’ to consider the role of cultural production in shaping the Welsh political agenda
Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett reviews Alys Conran’s hotly anticipated second novel
What can contemporary Welsh theatre offer to social critique? Merlin Gable speaks to Chelsey Gillard and Jac Ifan Moore.
Geraint Talfan Davies outlines ambitious plans to reassert the importance of the industrial heritage of Merthyr Tydfil
Simon Gwyn Roberts reflects on how Welsh identity looks and feels different in different parts of Wales and argues that in Anglo-Welsh border areas we might do well to celebrate cultural diversity at a micro scale, where it becomes about locality and what makes that locality distinctive.
In the wake of the sad news that Paul Flynn MP has died, Adam Somerset revisits an earlier review of his book, ‘How to be an MP’.