Vanessa Harbour shares how being disabled has allowed her to achieve her dream of being a writer.
Firefly Press has acquired Call Me Lion, a middle grade novel about selective mutism by Camilla Chester.
Children’s and YA publisher Firefly Press has acquired Simon Packham's "moving" middle-grade novel about homelessness Has Anyone Seen Archie Ebbs?.... Read more
Welsh children’s indie Firefly Press will publish Manon Steffan Ros’ award-winning Welsh-language YA novel, The Blue Book of Nebo (Llyfr Glas Nebo), in English.... Read more
Several publishers in Wales have joined forces to form a new umbrella organisation to represent the sector, called Cyhoeddi Cymru/Publishing Wales (CCPW).... Read more
Zoologist and prolific children’s author Nicola Davies talks to Caroline Sanderson about The Song That Sings Us, her visionary new YA novel which is an environmental thriller.... Read more
Megan Farr, publicity and marketing manager for Cardiff-based children’s indie Firefly Press, talks to us about children's publishing in Wales. ... Read more
Firefly Press will publish Nicola Davies' The Song that Sings Us, an environmental adventure novel for readers aged 12 and over, illustrated by Jackie Morris. ... Read more
Penny Thomas, publisher at Firefly Press, has acquired world rights to Little Horror, the debut children's novel from TV writer Daniel Peak, in a deal made with Abi... Read more
Firefly Press has acquired world rights in Major and Mynah, a junior detective story featuring a hard of hearing protagonist, by children’s author Karen Owen.... Read more