Wales Book of the Year is going through a major review in order for it to adapt and thrive in an ever-changing world.
The shortlists for this year’s English and Welsh language Wales Book of the Year Awards have been announced, reflecting the “incredible breadth” of the country’s... Read more
Independent publisher Y Lolfa dominates two categories of the Welsh-language Wales Book of the Year shortlists.
Literature Wales is to administer the Wales Book of the Year awards in 2018, although the future of the prize is still under review.
Pigeon by Alys Conran (Parthian) has won the Wales Book of the Year 2017.
Alys Conran's Dylan Thomas prize-shortlisted debut Pigeon (Parthian) is in the running for the 2017 Wales Book of the Year, alongside titles from Seren, Worple... Read more
Literature Wales is currently reviewing the Wales Book of the Year awards, with a statement on its future expected before the end of the week, the BBC... Read more
Patrick McGuiness has won the main English-language prize at Wales Book of the Year 2015 awards, run by Literature Wales, for Other People’s Countries (Jonathan... Read more