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Book festival, Books, Literary Festival, Llansteffan, Parthian Books, Poetry, Poetry in Translation, Wales -

Llansteffan Literary Festival is a week-long celebration of books, stories, and poetry running from June 3rd - June 10th. We're excited by the wealth of talented writers this year, coming from as near as Cardiff and as far as Latvia. 

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Better Houses, Events, Literature Wales, poetry, poets -

Roll up, roll up for the 22nd and very last date of the Better Houses tour in Abergavenny on Sunday 22 April at 11.30am! Susie Wild reads from her new volume of poetry, talks about writing it, and discusses questions raised by the audience. She says: ‘I will be reading from my debut poetry collection. Better Houses is about the places we inhabit in life, about relationships and the extraordinary in the everyday. It has all the key subjects: birth, death, sex, love and loss. At the book’s core, it is as much about moving house as it is about trying to...

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festival, fiction, gigs, laugharne, music, Parthian25, poetry, readings -

Join us in Laugharne for two lunchtime sessions of readings at The Forecourt Fringe Festival. Readers added include Mari Ellis Dunning, Natalie Ann Holborow, Susie Wild, Mark Blayney, Rhys Owain Williams, Siôn Tomos Owen, Tracey Rhys and Lee Prosser. Siôn will also be playing us some songs on Sunday while novelist Tyler Keevil will perform his No Good Brother(s) show for his new novel's launch tour with his musician brother Jonathan Keevil. More TBA! We are there 11am-12noon Sat and 11am-3pm Sun. Come along! Part of our Parthian at 25 celebrations.  

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Baltic poetry, Eeva Park, Estonian Poetry, London Book Fair, Market Focus 2018, Parthian Baltic, Parthian Books, Poetry, Poetry in Translation, The Rules of Bird Hunting, Women in Translation -

Eeva Park is one of the authors featured in the new Parthian Baltic Series. Whilst she began her writing career as a poet, she is also well-known for her short-stories, novels and plays. The Rules of Bird Hunting is a lively, strongly autobiographical collection of poems, exploring changing values over the course of a lifetime, and features the author’s best work from the last three decades. Eeva Park tells us more about her writing, her influences and gives us some insight into the process of both translating and being translated.

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