Kaja Brown reviews the collection of poems Sanctuary – There Must Be Somewhere, and looks at how it resonates with today’s society.
Hymnal: An Early Life in Verse
Maisie Allen reviews Julia Bell’s debut poetry collection Hymnal, published in April 2023 by Parthian Books.
Review: Gorwelion, Shared Horizons
Zoe Brigley reviews a new anthology of poetry and prose that reckons with the effects of climate change around the world.
Review: A470: Poems for the Road/Cerddi’r Ffordd
Dylan Moore enjoys A470: Poems for the Road, a bilingual poem collection taking inspiration from the road crossing Wales from North to South.
Poetry’s Place in the Face of the Climate Crisis
Hywel Griffiths explores how Wales’ creativity can help us face the climate crisis
Review: Sex on Toast by Tôpher Mills
In this review of Tôpher Mills’ selected poems, Nia Moseley-Roberts reflects on the ebb and flow of a collection brimming with life.
Book Review: The 3 Molas
Dylan Moore reviews a collection of poems looking at language and identity by Mike Jenkins, Eric Ngalle Charles, Ifor ap Glyn.
Human Landscapes from My Country
Before lockdown, Tom Cheesman and Filiz Celik met with Memet Ali Alabora at Volcano Theatre in Swansea, after his performance of the one-man play Meleketimden Insan Manazaralari – Human Landscapes from My Country, written by Nazim Hikmet.
Book Review: Vertebrae
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