In the run up to the Wales Book of the Year winning announcement, Llenyddiaeth Cymru / Literature Wales are recording readings from the shortlisted authors.
Here's Sarah Broughton reading from Brando's Bride, whch has been shortlisted for the creative non-fiction category!
Winners will be announced on 31 July, so keep your fingers crossed for her!
You can watch the reading here.
'My concerns are primarily with matters of perception, and the many ways that individuals attempt to overcome the recurrent problem of communication. I try not to get hung up on trivia, and at the same time I love detail.'
Wales Literature Exchange, for their annual Bookcase, have selected The Blue Tent by Richard Gwyn as one of their 2019/2020 Welsh literary works recommended for translation.
Click the link here to read what Richard had to say when they interviewed him.
Ahead of the September publication of Riverwise, Jack Smylie Wild's poetic volume of slow river prose, he was interviewed by Glen Peters of Rhosygilwen.
In this short and lovely video, Jack talks about his Ceredigion roots and the inspiration for his fascination with the Teifi, and offers a couple of readings from the book.
You can see the interview here.
And copies of Riverwise, due out on 1 September, can be pre-ordered here.