Tagged: Literature Wales

Back and forth

Welsh literature is often translated into English, but lleucu siencyn argues that the cultural exchange should work both ways with more English authors translated into... Read more

Welsh books matter

Lleucu Siencyn on why discussion around the Welsh publishing sector should continue. Read more

'A professional, properly funded arts scene is crucial'

Lleucu Siencyn on the need to have a properly funded arts sector, and the uncertain future ahead for Literature Wales and the Welsh Books Council.... Read more

Assisted literature

Wales has been left out of the limelight a little recently. The recent successes of our rugby and football teams notwithstanding, we are overlooked by... Read more

Literature Wales launches programme for writers of colour

Literature Wales has launched a new professional development programme for writers of colour as part of a drive to address the “historic lack of representation”... Read more

Welsh market faces long road ahead after Covid-19—but publishers remain optimistic

Covid-19 and its fallout has been a big blow to the Welsh book trade, but a number of the nation’s vibrant publishers are looking to... Read more

Literature Wales’ schemes aim to boost diversity of sector

Literature Wales has earmarked a number of initiatives to improve the diversity of Wales’ publishing sector, outlined in a Strategic Plan which runs until 2022... Read more

Eloise Williams selected as inaugural Children's Laureate Wales

Eloise Williams, author of Gaslight (Firefly), has been named the first-ever Children’s Laureate Wales. Read more

Literature Wales launches funding scheme for under-represented writers

Literature Wales has launched a brand new funding scheme for Wales-based writers from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds, and writers with a disability... Read more

Literature Wales to appoint Children’s Laureate Wales

Literature Wales has launched the search for the first Children’s Laureate Wales for 2019-2021. Read more

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