Many of us may be stuck at home at the moment, trying to keep our hands clean and stay safe, yet the culture will come to us, if we let it. Trying to raise money for creatives struggling in these strange and difficult times, Wales Arts Review organised an online festival over the weekend, which you can watch for free, but donations are both encouraged and welcomed.
Amongst the stellar line up were some of our authors past, present and future and we suggest that you to get yourselves comfy and have a watch / listen:
Richard Owain Roberts reads from his forthcoming debut novel Hello Friend We Missed You
Alys Conran reads a poem about seclusion from the warmth of indoors
Christina Thatcher reads from her latest poetry collection, How To Carry Fire
Tristan Hughes reads a story from his upcoming collection, Shattercone
Cynan Jones reads from his short story, 'The Unbendy Giant'
Gary Raymond reads from his latest novel, The Golden Orphans