Short story: The Waiter by Rhiannon Lewis
Rhiannon Lewis In all the years we lived in that part of Fitzrovia, when Fitzrovia was still just a grubby…No comments.
Short story: All The Clearing House Darlings by Rhiannon Lewis
Rhiannon Lewis You’d be amazed at the characters we get in here. They come in all shapes and sizes. And…One comment.
Review: I Am the Mask Maker and other stories by Rhiannon Lewis
Jon Gower There’s a story in this collection that’s so rewarding I wanted to re-read it immediately and, indeed, intend…No comments.
Review: The Unbroken Beauty of Rosalind Bone by Alex McCarthy
Rhiannon Lewis Rosalind Bone is beautiful. She has the kind of beauty that makes men’s mouths ‘fall slack’. But rather…No comments.
Cranogwen statue finally revealed
The stunning new statue of Cranogwen, erected in Ceredigion, has finally been revealed as part of a long and successful…One comment.
Cranogwen sculpture celebrates an extraordinary Welsh woman
For the last three years, Sebastien and Helena Boyesen have been working on the statue of Sarah Jane Rees, Cranogwen…No comments.
Review: House of Flies by Iain Sinclair and Stock by Cynan Jones
Jon Gower Like the proverbial buses, two short stories arrive at the same time, being tales from two very different…No comments.
The fiction of 2022: what our reviewers thought
It was a notably strong year for fiction from Wales, from Rebecca John’s moving wartime saga ‘The Empty Greatcoat’ through…No comments.
The top picks of ‘22: Our writers select their cultural highlights of the year
Rhiannon Lewis As I put pen to paper, my initial response to the heading is that cultural highlights have been…No comments.