What’s in a name? Gareth Leaman examines the meanings embedded in toponyms and what they can and cannot tell us of a community’s history.
Recounting her experience as a participant in COP26, Poppy Stowell-Evans reflects on the things that keep her grounded as a climate activist.
In this review of Tôpher Mills’ selected poems, Nia Moseley-Roberts reflects on the ebb and flow of a collection brimming with life.
Dylan Moore introduces the first themed online edition of the welsh agenda by adopting Raymond Williams’ etymological approach.
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.
Hannah Watkin, winner of the IWA’s New Voices competition, explores her sense of identity against the backdrop of shifting political and cultural landscapes in Wales.
Cath Beard reviews a collection of essays on identity edited by Hanan Issa, Durre Shahwar and Özgür Uyanik.
Theo Davies-Lewis looks at the first Senedd debate on the right to hold an independence referendum.
Colette Hulot tells how Wales has given her space to reflect on identity, mobility and migration