Each month, Welsh libraries, on their website, focus on an inspiring author based in or writing about Wales. You’ll have an introduction to their latest book, a short biography of the author, what inspires them to write, and any advice
Welsh writer Dave Lewis launches his new poetry collection with a savage attack on artificial intelligence (AI) and the negative effects it is already having on society. A collection of poetry that highlights many of the problems facing humanity today
The organisers of the Wales-based international Poetry Book Awards have announced the winners of the 2022 contest. Congratulations to Rufus Mufasa for her collection ‘Flashbacks & Flowers‘. Chosen by our judge, famous Welsh writer John Evans as this years overall winner! 1st
The Mab Trail is a storytelling and art trail in Pontypridd based on the stories of ‘The Mab’, a bilingual re-telling of the ancient Welsh tales of the Mabinogi – some of the oldest written stories in the UK. The
The Poetry Book Awards is an annual, international book award given to the best poetry books produced by indie writers, self published authors or books published by small, truly independent presses. The 2022 contest is now open and accepting entries!
‘The Third One’ is the latest compilation from the competition’s organisers and comprises all the winners from the last five years of the contest, namely 2017-2021. “This third anthology not only cements our position as the biggest and best poetry
Welsh writer Dave Lewis has just launched his fourth novel, an uncompromising look at the British underworld played out against a background of love and harsh landscapes. Following on from the success of his ‘Cymru noir’ technothriller Hagar trilogy this
Just a quick post to tell you about my new poetry collection – ‘Scratching The Surface‘. The kindle version is now available for pre-order at the reduced price of £2.99. The paperback version will be released on Friday 8th November.
Most authors - independent, traditionally published, or otherwise – need a website. You can have a Facebook page, a Twitter account, Instagram or LinkedIn profile but they aren’t really the same. A good website can feature your writing, your various channels of engagement (social media, live
What really makes the difference between a successful self-publisher and one who fails? Well, it all really comes down to one simple factor… How many people see your book. The more that see it, the more that buy it. Now,
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