With Mike Jenkins’ Igh Sheriff o Merthyr, Caitlin Jones enjoys a collection that grounds itself in the familiar to offer a scathing critique of the powers that rule our everyday.
Adam Somerset examines ‘Tryweryn: A New Dawn?’, Wyn Thomas’ third instalment of books that explore the cultural and political history of Wales.
Dylan Moore says to improve public discourse, we need to rediscover our moral compass
Dylan Moore shares his thoughts on The Welsh Way, a new anthology of essays decrying the hold of neoliberal values in the Welsh public sphere.
Dylan Moore explains why his Newport novel, Many Rivers to Cross, had to be fiction – and why Wales’ often disparaged third city is perfect terrain for a writer.
Daran Hill reviews Martin Shipton’s new biography of George Thomas
Tom Nairn takes a look at a new book exploring the relationship between England and Europe
Daniel G. Williams discusses an autobiography by one of the nation’s organic intellectuals
John Osmond celebrates the first novel, now filmed, by one of Wales leading young writers