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This year's winner of the Terry Hetherington Young Writer's Award is Eleanor Howe, with her stunning poem, 'The Fox'.
Parthian, in collaboration with Literature Across Frontiers, is publishing a new Brexit anthology of European writers later this month called Zero Hours on the Boulevard: Tales of Independence and Belonging. To celebrate the publication of this new short story collection, we have scheduled four book launches in London, Cardiff, Aberystwyth and Bangor.
Little, Brown & Company acquired the audiobook rights of John Martin’s memoir A Raid Over Berlin, published by south Wales-based publisher Parthian Books. This harrowing true-life story rose to #1 on Amazon Bestsellers after being featured on BBC’s The One Show on 27 November.
Working class voices are not going unnoticed. On Tuesday, Glen James Brown's debut novel Ironopolis was acclaimed as an 'extraordinary novel' in The Morning Star. Reviewer Paul Simon described the Middlesbrough-set book as 'breathtaking in its ambition and delivery.'
International Dylan Thomas Day is 14 May each year, and this year it coincided with the release of the new edition of The Three Lives of Dylan Thomas. Author Hilly Janes helped coordinate several events to commemorate the day, including a reading at Dylan Thomas' birthplace, and a book signing at a re-staging of Swansea And The Arts.