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The Secret Glory in New Welsh Review

Issy Rixon on an early twentieth-century Gothic coming-of-age novel about nonconformity, nature, art and keeping your beliefs secretMore…

The Bowmen in New Welsh Review

Issy Rixon evaluates this World War I short story collection in terms of its contribution to supernatural belief and wartime mythologisingMore…

E H Jones's En-dor reviewed

A review of The Road to En-dor published in the Autumn 2014 edition of New Welsh Review (Wales’ leading literary magazine) by Paul Cooper – “a Turkish-set wartime memoir about trickery and resistance still has relevance in the age of Derren Brown”.More…

Following in Edward Thomas' cycle tracks

During the spring of 2013 Kym Martindale followed in the cycle tracks of Edward Thomas from London to the Quantock hills, exactly a hundred years after he rode and wrote his In Pursuit of Spring.More…

Morgans reviewed

Review of The Happy-Go-Lucky Morgans in New Welsh Review (Wales’ leading literary magazine) by James Lloyd – he sees that it anticipates many of the anxieties that would go on to define the period known as Modernism.More…

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