Merlin Gable explores the legacy of Raymond Williams’s radical vision for our society – and asks what we should remember him for.
A contemplation of Welshness; Merlin Gable reviews Dylan Moore’s new series of travel essays ‘Driving Home Both Ways’.
Colin Thomas explores the impact of the Russian revolution on Welsh writers
Derek Tatton surveys the broadening landscape of thought and practice we owe to a Welsh European from the borders
Russell Elliott says UK Labour can learn from Plaid’s brand of community and identity based politics
Niki Seth-Smith reflects on an English seminar that engaged with the Welsh writer’s view of the ‘long revolution’
Peter Finch follows the epic journeys of Welsh borders writer Horatio Clare
Peter Hill argues that unlike their larger neighbour, the Welsh and Scots neither deny their nationality nor adopt an exclusive sense of identity
Geraint Talfan Davies reflects on the election of a new Irish President