Gelynion: Joe Dunthorne & S J Fowler

Joe Dunthorne and Steven J Fowler perform their collaboration at Gelynion – Enemies London in June 2015. Their poem Iceland vs Iceland is published in the Winter issue of Poetry Wales.

Gelynion: Kate North & Katrin Lloyd

Katrin Selina Lloyd and Kate North perform their Oulipo games collaboration at Gelynion – Enemies Newport in May 2015. The poems are published in the Winter issue of Poetry Wales.

Gelynion: Ifor Ap Glyn & Ghazal Mosadeq

Ghazal Mosadeq and Ifor Ap Glyn perform their Welsh and Azeri (mis)translations at Gelynion – Enemies Bangor. These poems are published in the Winter issue of Poetry Wales.

Gelynion: Joe Dunthorne & Zoë Skoulding

Joe Dunthorne and Zoë Skoulding perform their collaboration at Gelynion – Enemies Aberystwyth in May 2015. Their poem after Louis Auguste Blanqi is published in the Winter issue of Poetry Wales.

Gelynion: Frances Presley & Robert Minhinnick

Robert Minhinnick and Frances Presley perform their collaboration at Gelynion – Enemies Swansea in May 2015. The piece is published in the Winter issue of Poetry Wales.

Winter 2015 Editorial

Oh such wealth, great caskets of sunlight unlocked pouring all over me like the water in the lake – all your letters – three envelopes of your letters – all waiting there today. Darling, darling, darling Frieda, making me feel so many multitudes in my heart & thoughts and manness and one deep mood after another gravely approaching and […]

Seeing voice: a poetry & visual special, Swansea

8pm, Volcano theatre, 27 – 30 High Street, SA1 1LG, Swansea   Poetry Wales and Aquifer Books celebrate poetry in the visual dimension at Volcano Theatre’s Novemberfest with readings, collage, film, signs and symbols. Join us for an intertwining of image and language and celebrate the launch of the winter issue of Poetry Wales. With Suze de Lee, […]

Poem: The Birds of Rhiannon

By Rhian Edwards   The Birds of Rhiannon Before I was mortal, I was haloed in feathers, my trinity of familiars; whose birdsong was legend, serenading the dead from their dreams, lullabying the living to torpor.  For the sake of this world and him, I swallowed my guardians, let them nest in my belly and […]

Review: Gwalia Patagonia by Jon Gower

Reviewed by Dylan Moore Half a decade in the writing, Gwalia Patagonia has been a labour of love for self-confessed ‘professional Welshman’ Jon Gower. For such a small colony (just 162 people originally set out on the old tea clipper Mimosa), in such an obscure end of the world – ‘grey – tough and stunted […]

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