Spring / Gwanwyn

Poetry Wales Spring 2016 (RS Thomas)

Gelynion: Alys Conran and Robert Sheppard

A Gelynion collaboration from Robert Sheppard and Alys Conran in Bangor, May 2015. The poem is published in the Spring issue of Poetry Wales.

Gelynion: Eurig Salisbury & Zoë Skoulding

Eurig Salisbury and Zoë Skoulding’s collaboration for Gelynion – Enemies Cymru. Published in the Spring 2016 issue of Poetry Wales.

Gelynion: Emily Blewitt & Rebecca Parfitt

Emily Blewitt and Rebecca Parfitt’s collaboration for Gelynion – Enemies Cymru. Published in our Spring 2016 Issue.

Sound enhanced poem: Mark Goodwin

Gulls and Jacks, A Gower, A July 2013 Poetry, vocals, field-recording, & production: Mark Goodwin. Published in Poetry Wales Spring 2016. Photo: Nikki Clayton.

Editorial: Desire

From Poetry Wales Spring 2016, Volume 51 Issue 3 ‘There is something very unsettling about unconscious desire’ said Tamara Dellutri to me when I discussed the topic of this issue with her. We learn desire in our earliest moments, when we learn to love, to be with and apart from someone else. So a manifestation of adult desire […]

Exhibition View: The Night-Time Economy

The Night-Time Economy is a collaboration between Kate Mercer and SJ Fowler exhibiting in Newport and London. The Night-Time Economy is featured in the Spring 2016 issue of Poetry Wales. Newport: The Riverfront Theatre & Arts Centre April 6th to 29th 2016. Special View – April 6th 2016. Readings & performances from SJ Fowler, Nia Davies & Eurig Salisbury […]

Words&Words&Words March 2016

2nd March 2016, 7pm Studio Theatre, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth Poetry Wales previews a hot new issue at Words&Words&Words! Words&Words&Words is a new evening of innovative poetry and spoken word at Aberystwyth Arts Centre’s Studio Theatre. We’ll be previewing our new ‘Desire’ issue with readings from Nicky Arscott, Jasmine Donahaye and Amy McCauley. The night will also feature […]

Review: The Whitsun Wedding Video

The Whitsun Wedding Video by Jeremy Noel-Tod (Rack Press, 2015) reviewed by Dai George.   What do Pam Ayres, R.S. Thomas and Frances Leviston have in common? Not the set-up to a bad joke overheard at the T.S. Eliot Prize ceremony, but a question I pondered as I read ‘A Mug’s Game’ (subtitle: ‘The Modern […]

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