M Wynn Thomas appraises the career of staunch advocate and activist of the Welsh language Emyr Humphreys, who has just celebrated a remarkable century. ... Read more
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
The diminutive Welsh independent’s latest addition to its eclectic list is a series of Bird Eye Books photographic titles, starting with the English capital—and it’s... Read more
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
Gerwyn Evans talks to us about the launch and remit of Creative Wales.
A dual-language bookshop near to Caernarfon’s World Heritage site is bucking the high street decline by concentrating on community and local publishing.
Little Tiger UK's brand director Lauren Ace picks five Welsh creatives to watch out for.
Wales on the Map, a hardback picture atlas and encyclopedia, from Children’s publisher Rily, was the bestselling children’s book in Wales in 2018—and the numbers... Read more
Renowned for his work on the life of Dame Iris Murdoch, Peter Conradi is now to issue his own, equally lively, life story.
James Griffiths of up and coming indie Panther Publishing and Ashley Drake, founder of industry stalwart Welsh Academic Press, discuss how their businesses have evolved.... Read more