Polly Winn reviews Rachel Trezise’s ‘Easy Meat’ (Parthian), a day in the life of a typical Valleys boy on 23 June 2016 – when the UK voted to leave the EU.
Glyndwr Cennydd Jones reviews ‘Whose Wales?’ by Gwynoro Jones and Alun Gibbard, an exploration of how the Wales we know today came to be.
Rajvi Glasbrook Griffiths reviews Jane Fraser’s exploration of womanhood and family in early twentieth century Wales.
Geraint Talfan Davies reviews biographies of two men who shaped Britain in the twentieth century.
Cath Beard reviews a collection of essays on identity edited by Hanan Issa, Durre Shahwar and Özgür Uyanik.
Dylan Moore takes a look at Sam Adams’ coming of age story set in Spain 1954.
Dylan Moore urges us to begin our lockdown reading with ‘Godbothering’, Rhidian Brook’s collection of ‘Thoughts 2000-2020’, which may help us gain perspective on the current crisis.
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.