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
With the lockdowns seeing a number of new publishing lists spring up, three Wales-based pandemic start-ups reveal their aims.
In a difficult year for independent bookshops across Wales, Caroline Carpenter talks to three — Cant a mil, Penrallt Books and Awen Menai — who have... Read more
2021 marks the 60th anniversary of the Books Council of Wales (BCW), which has had a busy year to date.
Y Lolfa’s general editor Lefi Gruffudd outlines the publisher's plans after buying Gomer's backlist of more than 2,500 titles in a deal with fellow Welsh indie Atebol. ... Read more
Natalie Jerome discusses her 20-year publishing career, her move back to Wales and her experience of being the only agent working in the country.... Read more
Mother and daughter duo Jacqui and Anna Burns dreamed of co-writing a novel, and with spare time in lockdown, there was no longer any excuse.... Read more
Caroline Sanderson talks to John Sam Jones, one of Wales’ best-known gay writers and activists, about his memoir The Journey is Home: Notes From a Life on the... 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
Marvin Thompson, the winner of the Poetry Society’s National Poetry Prize in 2021, discusses his new collection Road Trip, and how Welsh verse has influenced his... Read more