Lleucu Siencyn on why discussion around the Welsh publishing sector should continue.
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
Pedr ap Llwyd, chief executive and librarian of the National Library of Wales, shares his thoughts on the Welsh book trade and the library's future plans.... Read more
Two children’s books published in Welsh are being sold for just £1 to mark this year’s World Book Day.
YA author Hayley Long has won the Tir na n-Og Children’s Literature Award for The Nearest Faraway Place (Hot Key Books).... Read more
Welsh economy secretary Ken Skates has accused arts trade bodies of "seeking to undermine the process" of a government review into literature in the country... Read more
The row over the Welsh government's review into its support for the Welsh book industry has snowballed, with more people wading in to criticise it.... Read more
Literature Wales has raised “serious concerns” regarding the Welsh Publishing and Literature Review released last week after it was accused of being “inward looking” and... Read more
An independent review into the Welsh Government's support of publishing and literature in Wales has recommended the Welsh Books Council take on some of the functions of Literature Wales, including... Read more
Waterstones has appointed a new Welsh buyer, Tessa Roberts-Fear, to oversee buying for its Welsh branches.