Joanna Lambert disentangles the truths from the myths that pervade representations of the Cambrians and the people who live there
Jessica Dunrod and Gwenllian Lansdown Davies argue that anti-racist practice within Early Years provision is the place to start to ensure the Welsh language belongs to everyone.
Lowri Cunnington Wynn explores the way communities can revitalise the place they live in through the idea of ‘restanza’, the active choice to stay.
Merlin Gable reviews Pamela Petro’s The Long Field, a memoir about her connection to Wales and the much discussed notion of ‘hiraeth’.
Exploring the links between land and identity, Merlin Gable asks if our experience of land can be separated from our myths about Wales.
This LGBT+ History Month, Damian Kerlin researches and chats with LGBT+ historians and leading organisations uncovering key pivotal moments in Wales’s queer history.
Grace Quantock explores the changing face of Nature Writing in the 21st century through the contributions of marginalised writers
Merlin Gable reviews cardiff cut, and wonders if its portrayal of alternative lifestyles and rebellion still speaks to readers twenty years on.
Against the commodification of land, Chris Blake argues we need to empower communities to make decisions about their place.