Sally Roberts Jones

Retired; Formerly Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellow, Swansea University Sally Roberts Jones is a poet, biographer, critic, historian and bibliographer. For as long as she can remember she has “always written stories, poems, and playlets”. Born in London, but with a Welsh father, she has spent most of her life i... Read More

Matthew Jarvis

Professor in the Faculty of Humanities and Performing Arts and Anthony Dyson Fellow in Poetry, University of Wales Trinity Saint David; Professorial Fellow in Literature and Place, Department of English & Creative Writing, Aberystwyth University Read More

Meic Stephens

Remembering Meic Stephens 1938-2018 Welsh was the ‘language of the gravestone’ to Michael Stephens in the summers of his youth when he worked as a gravedigger in his native Treforest. In time Michael became Meic, and the language became ‘the language of my hearthstone’. He described himself... Read More

Jane Aaron

Emerita Professor of English, Department of Humanities, University of South Wales Read More

Katie Gramich

Professor of English Literature, School of English, Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff University Read More

Emyr Humphreys

Emyr Humphreys (1919-2020) was a towering figure on the cultural scene in Wales for more than seventy years. His first novel, The Little Kingdom, appeared in 1946, while a collection of new poems, Shards of Light, came out late in 2019,  just short of his hundredth birthday. In the interim he wrote p... Read More

Ned Thomas

Researcher, and Project Manager of the Catalogue of Translations into Welsh, Mercator Institute, Aberystwyth University Read More