Joshua Jones discusses the importance of community art spaces from Vietnam to Cardiff, and reflects on the role of Cardiff-based community space Dyddiau Du in making connections.
Past participants in Hay Festival’s Writers at Work development programme share their experiences and what the scheme means for them.
Dylan Moore flicks through the Hay Festival programme with his highlighter pen
Maisie Allen reviews Julia Bell’s debut poetry collection Hymnal, published in April 2023 by Parthian Books.
Saskia McCracken reviews contemporary Welsh essayist Jasmine Donahaye’s new book of nature writing Birdsplaining
On the day of an iconic World Cup quarter final clash in Qatar, Dylan Moore reviews Rhys Richards’ book about another time football was soiled by sportwashing
As part of our partnership with GALWAD, writer and poet Bethany Handley says the arts can create new stories to challenge climate inaction.
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.
Dylan Moore says the judges’ – and people’s – choice of The Fortune Men makes for a vital reckoning with history – and with the present